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    Ukraine Deaths Soar As Russian Lorries Halted
    Aug13

    Ukraine Deaths Soar As Russian Lorries Halted

    A convoy some fear may contain weapons grinds to a halt in Russia, as the number of people killed in the conflict tops 2,000. …read more Source: Sky...

    [Ticker] Ukraine refuses entry to Russian aid convoy
    Aug13

    [Ticker] Ukraine refuses entry to Russian aid convoy

    The BBC reports a Russian aid convoy has stopped 300km from the Ukraine border after Kiev said it cannot enter, describing the initiative as “provocation by a cynical aggressor”. The Red Cross has also called on Russia to give details of what the convoy is carrying. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine races to beat Russian convoy
    Aug13

    Ukraine races to beat Russian convoy

    Kiev to send its own humanitarian aid to war-torn east, setting the stage for a race to win the hearts and minds of suffering civilians …read more Source: Financial...

    Serbia’s president points to world community’s duplicity over Ukraine
    Aug13

    Serbia’s president points to world community’s duplicity over Ukraine

    BELGRADE – Serbia’s President Tomislav Nikolic has expressed surprise over how different the world community’s attitude to similar situations may be sometimes, …read more Source:...

    EU prepares for more bad news on GDP
    Aug13

    EU prepares for more bad news on GDP

    Eurostat, the official statistics agency of the European Union, will tomorrow (14 August) publish data on economic growth in the eurozone during the second quarter of 2014, amid fears that the European economy is about to slip back into recession. Today Eurostat said that industrial production in the eurozone fell for a second consecutive month...

    Pressure on Serbia “indirect, sometimes direct” – PM
    Aug13

    Pressure on Serbia “indirect, sometimes direct” – PM

    There has been no “concrete pressure” on Serbia related to the crisis in Ukraine, but “there has certainly been indirect pressure,” says Aleksandar Vučić.”I am a small man, why would somebody pressure me,” the Serbian prime minister was quoted as saying on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Anti-Ukraine war activists arrested for protest in Moscow
    Aug13

    Anti-Ukraine war activists arrested for protest in Moscow

    Activists have been arrested outside the Ukrainian Embassy in Moscow, as they protest against Valdimir Putin’s involement in the Ukraine conflict …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine’s city under siege
    Aug13

    Ukraine’s city under siege

    No water, no power and no phones in east Ukraine …read more Source:...

    Ukraine denounces Russian ‘cynicism’ as aid convoy nears border
    Aug13

    Ukraine denounces Russian ‘cynicism’ as aid convoy nears border

    Kiev vows to prevent hundreds of lorries from crossing the frontier, fearing a pretext for a Russian invasion …read more Source: The...

    Crimea’s One-Woman Resistance to Russian Occupation
    Aug13

    Crimea’s One-Woman Resistance to Russian Occupation

    Daria Karpenko. Photo via Facebook. Officially, the March 16 referendums in Sevastopol and the Autonomous Republic of Crimea showed that the peninsula’s inhabitants favor—almost unanimously—joining the Russian Federation. Over 95% of the population allegedly voted in favor of “reunification,” with turnouts of 83.1% in the Autonomous...

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