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    Ukraine seeks aid to rebuild regions shattered by separatist war
    Jul09

    Ukraine seeks aid to rebuild regions shattered by separatist war

    KIEV/DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Ukraine said on Wednesday it was confident of receiving further aid under a $17 billion IMF bailout but appealed to Western institutions and donors for further cash and credit to rebuild the east, shattered by separatist conflict. …read more Source:...

    Truce elusive in eastern Ukraine
    Jul09

    Truce elusive in eastern Ukraine

    Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine and Kyiv-based President Petro Poroshenko still rule out a truce. His government forces say they control routes around the rebel-held cities of Donetsk and Lugansk. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Putin’s Ukraine U-turn: why it makes sense for Russia to allow Kiev victory
    Jul09

    Putin’s Ukraine U-turn: why it makes sense for Russia to allow Kiev victory

    Russia’s president has agreed to new talks aimed at resolving the conflict in eastern Ukraine, and has renounced the right to use military force in the country. Balázs Jarábik explains whyEastern Ukrainian separatists have emerged as Russian President Vladimir Putins biggest critics in the past few weeks. Their pleas for Russia to intervene...

    EU leaders to push for Ukraine truce
    Jul09

    EU leaders to push for Ukraine truce

    The leaders of France and Germany are to press Ukraine’s president to agree to a new truce in eastern Ukraine when they speak by phone on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine accuses Russia of abducting woman army officer
    Jul09

    Ukraine accuses Russia of abducting woman army officer

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine accused Russia on Wednesday of abducting a woman army officer captured by separatist fighters in eastern Ukraine and demanded she be released and returned home. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: no sign of siege as rebels prepare for inevitable Donetsk battle
    Jul09

    Ukraine: no sign of siege as rebels prepare for inevitable Donetsk battle

    Dispatch: There is no battle outside Donetsk – but the drive in presents some alarming sights, reports Roland Oliphant …read more Source: The...

    From Bamboo to E-stonia: social media in the post-Soviet states
    Jul09

    From Bamboo to E-stonia: social media in the post-Soviet states

    Despite restrictions and censorship in some countries, the internet is becoming an increasingly powerful tool around the region. Here’s how online freedoms compare:Depending on where you log on in the post-Soviet states you will have different social networks available and different degrees of freedom in using them. While Estonians enjoy...

    Ukraine troops prepare to crush rebels
    Jul08

    Ukraine troops prepare to crush rebels

    Ukrainian forces are preparing a “major offensive” to crush pro-Russian rebels in their final big city strongholds and complete the… …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine forces keep up pressure on pro-Russian rebels
    Jul08

    Ukraine forces keep up pressure on pro-Russian rebels

    At least two people are reported dead after a mini-bus was hit during shelling in Eastern Ukraine. Eight others are said to be injured after the… …read more Source:...

    EU considers mini-sanctions on Russia
    Jul08

    EU considers mini-sanctions on Russia

    The EU is considering whether to add some low-level names to the Russia blacklist, as France and Germany lead efforts on Ukraine peace talks. …read more Source:...

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