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    Pro-Russia rebels release 1,200 prisoners, Poroshenko says
    Sep08

    Pro-Russia rebels release 1,200 prisoners, Poroshenko says

    Some 1,200 prisoners of war held by pro-Russian rebels in east Ukraine have so far been freed under the terms of a ceasefire deal agreed last week, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced on Monday. …read more Source: France...

    Poroshenko says Ukraine ‘frees’ 1,200 people captured by rebels
    Sep08

    Poroshenko says Ukraine ‘frees’ 1,200 people captured by rebels

    Ukrainian president says Kiev has managed to “free” 1,200 people taken captive by pro-Russian rebels …read more Source: The...

    EU adopts new Russia sanctions, punishing Gazprom, Rosneft
    Sep08

    EU adopts new Russia sanctions, punishing Gazprom, Rosneft

    Author(s): Dan Alexe 51548971.jpg The European Union adopted a fourth wave of sanctions against Russia over its actions in Ukraine on September 8. Among the targeted big Russian companies, Gazprom, Rosneft and Transneft are now shut out of capital markets. The gas-producing wing of Gazprom, a main supplier to the EU, is not targeted by the...

    DPR confirms handover of 28 Captives to Kiev
    Sep08

    DPR confirms handover of 28 Captives to Kiev

    The self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) in eastern Ukraine confirmed Monday it had handed over 28 captured Ukrainian servicemen under the prisoner …read more Source:...

    Putin’s New Russia: What the Future May Hold for Eastern Ukraine
    Sep08

    Putin’s New Russia: What the Future May Hold for Eastern Ukraine

    The fragile cease-fire in Ukraine appears to be holding, but President Vladimir Putin still has the upper hand. Increasingly, it looks like he intends to establish a Russian protectorate in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Der...

    Russian airspace may be closed in response to Western sanctions
    Sep08

    Russian airspace may be closed in response to Western sanctions

    Russia has suggested that it may ban Western airlines from flying over its territory, in what it has called an “asymmetrical” response to new EU sanctions over the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Separatists hand over prisoners of war to Ukraine
    Sep08

    Separatists hand over prisoners of war to Ukraine

    Pro-Russian separatists have so far handed over about 1,200 prisoners-of-war to the Ukrainian side under the terms of a ceasefire agreement, President Petro Poroshenko said today …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Ukraine rebels ‘free 1,200 captives’
    Sep08

    Ukraine rebels ‘free 1,200 captives’

    Pro-Russian rebels have released 1,200 prisoners under Friday’s ceasefire deal, the Ukrainian president says. …read more Source:...

    UN: At least 3,000 dead in Ukraine conflict
    Sep08

    UN: At least 3,000 dead in Ukraine conflict

    The conflict in east Ukraine has taken at least 3,000 lives since April, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Zeid Ra’ad Al …read more Source:...

    Eigner: If Ukraine conflict escalates, Serbia will face more resolute requests
    Sep08

    Eigner: If Ukraine conflict escalates, Serbia will face more resolute requests

    BELGRADE – If the conflict in Ukraine escalates, Serbia will face more resolute requests to show that it agrees with the EU, …read more Source:...

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