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    Finland’s PM faces big challenges
    Aug12

    Finland’s PM faces big challenges

    Finland’s triathlon-competing new prime minister insists the economy will recover and the government will survive despite Ukraine crisis …read more Source: Financial...

    PM: Serbs fight on both sides in Ukraine
    Aug12

    PM: Serbs fight on both sides in Ukraine

    Serb volunteers can be found both on the Ukrainian and pro-Russian side in the clashes in eastern Ukraine, says Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić.They are causing damage to their country, he added on Tuesday. …read more Source:...

    “Serb volunteers fend off Ukrainian army attack”
    Aug12

    “Serb volunteers fend off Ukrainian army attack”

    A group of Serb volunteers Tuesday said they “repelled an offensive of pro-Kiev military forces, who attempted overnight to break through to a vital highway.”RIA Novosti noted in its report that the volunteers are “helping the Donetsk militia to fight government troops in eastern Ukraine.” …read more Source:...

    Kiev says Russia’s humanitarian convoy will not be allowed into Ukraine
    Aug12

    Kiev says Russia’s humanitarian convoy will not be allowed into Ukraine

    Kiev intends to hold up the internationally-supervised Russian humanitarian aid convoy meant for East Ukraine for at least a week, a spokesman …read more Source:...

    Ukraine prepares new round of sanctions against Moscow
    Aug12

    Ukraine prepares new round of sanctions against Moscow

    Troops from Kyiv were reported to be launching a simultaneous offensive in several locations against rebels in eastern Ukraine on Tuesday. Russian… …read more Source:...

    More tension as Russia sends humanitarian aid trucks to Ukraine
    Aug12

    More tension as Russia sends humanitarian aid trucks to Ukraine

    A Russian convoy of nearly three hundred trucks carrying what the Kremlin says is humanitarian aid has set off from Moscow headed for the embattled… …read more Source:...

    Kyiv puts brakes on Russian aid convoy
    Aug12

    Kyiv puts brakes on Russian aid convoy

    A Russian convoy carrying aid has left for Ukraine, where it is to work with the Red Cross. However, the organization says it has not yet approved the operation, raising fears among Western leaders over Russia’s motives. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian aid convoy ‘will not be admitted into Ukraine’
    Aug12

    Russian aid convoy ‘will not be admitted into Ukraine’

    Ukrainian spokesman says convoy not certified by Red Cross, raising fears that Russia could use initiative to send in troopsA Ukrainian security spokesman has said that a humanitarian convoy being dispatched to eastern Ukraine by Russia will not be admitted into the country.Andriy Lysenko, a spokesman for Ukraine’s National Security and...

    EU pledges aid for Iraq as France and Italy call for emergency meeting
    Aug12

    EU pledges aid for Iraq as France and Italy call for emergency meeting

    Kristalina Georgieva, the European commissioner for humanitarian aid, announced today (12 August) that the European Union will mobilise an additional €5 million for humanitarian aid to Iraq as the country struggles to deal with an Islamist insurgency that has taken over vast swathes of the country and spurred a refugee crisis. Yesterday it...

    EU increases humanitarian aid to Iraq, Ukraine
    Aug12

    EU increases humanitarian aid to Iraq, Ukraine

    Author(s): Dan Alexe belgaimage_61040718_preview.jpg The European Commission is increasing its humanitarian aid to Iraq by an additional €5 million in response to the growing needs, bringing the overall funding for Iraq up to €17 million in 2014. The new funding will bring vital assistance to hundreds of thousands of Iraqi civilians...

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