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    EU to add to sanctions on Russia
    Sep03

    EU to add to sanctions on Russia

    The European Union is poised to tighten sanctions against Russia tomorrow (5 September) in response to an escalation of the crisis in Ukraine, which is already the most serious armed conflict in Europe since NATO’s bombing of Serbia in 1999. After a week of intensive discussions, prompted by more brazen Russian troop movements into eastern...

    Putin and Poroshenko weigh ceasefire
    Sep03

    Putin and Poroshenko weigh ceasefire

    Seeking to make sense of conflicting signals analysts suggest both presidents have reason to make steps towards a negotiated settlement …read more Source: Financial...

    Russian hostility to test Nato’s resolve
    Sep03

    Russian hostility to test Nato’s resolve

    The western alliance will want to flex its military muscle in the face of the regional conflict in Ukraine and the broader threat from Moscow …read more Source: Financial...

    Opinion: High price for ceasefire in eastern Ukraine
    Sep03

    Opinion: High price for ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

    The Kremlin will have reached an interim goal if there is a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. But it wouldn’t mean the end of the conflict, writes DW’s Ingo Mannteufel. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Russian soldier: ‘You’re better clueless because the truth is horrible’
    Sep03

    Russian soldier: ‘You’re better clueless because the truth is horrible’

    Despite Moscow denials, Ukrainian volunteers give accounts of fighting Russian army in Ilovaysk outside DonetskBloodied, dirty and stinking, the Ukrainian soldiers who passed through the town of Komsomolske on Saturday morning made for a sorry sight. But they were the lucky ones, who had managed to escape alive from an assault they say involved...

    Ukraine crisis: West reserves judgement on claims of ‘permanent ceasefire’
    Sep03

    Ukraine crisis: West reserves judgement on claims of ‘permanent ceasefire’

    President Petro Poroshenko of Ukraine claimed to have agreed a “permanent ceasefire” with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin, but his announcement seemed premature as fighting continued in the east of the country. …read more Source: The...

    Obama calls for NATO solidarity in Ukraine’s battle against Russian aggression
    Sep03

    Obama calls for NATO solidarity in Ukraine’s battle against Russian aggression

    Speaking in the Estonian capital, Tallinn, US President Barack Obama said Russian aggression in Ukraine that threatens a Europe dedicated to peace… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine crisis dominates CEE forum
    Sep03

    Ukraine crisis dominates CEE forum

    Talk of the crisis in Ukraine dominated a gathering of policy makers and executives at a forum in Poland …read more Source: Financial...

    France suspends delivery of Mistral warship to Russia over Ukraine
    Sep03

    France suspends delivery of Mistral warship to Russia over Ukraine

    France has suspended the delivery to Russia of the first of two Mistral helicopter carrier ships, due to events in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] France suspends warship delivery to Russia
    Sep03

    [Ticker] France suspends warship delivery to Russia

    French President Francois Hollande has suspended the delivery of a French warship to Russia saying the conditions are “not right” and citing the “grave” situation in Ukraine, reports AFP. The mistral was supposed to be delivered in October but Paris has come under international pressure to halt the deal. …read more...

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