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    Kiev faces dilemma in battle for Donetsk
    Aug09

    Kiev faces dilemma in battle for Donetsk

    Storming the city risks huge damage to infrastructure and large-scale bloodshed, which could further alienate a population already wary of Kiev …read more Source: Financial...

    Photos and roses for ‘spetsnaz’ casualties
    Aug09

    Photos and roses for ‘spetsnaz’ casualties

    Compelling, if circumstantial, fragments of evidence back up claims made by Kiev that Russian special forces are involved in Ukraine …read more Source: Financial...

    Russia revives Cold War alternative to Eurovision
    Aug09

    Russia revives Cold War alternative to Eurovision

    In the heady years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, there were many changes in Europe that were seen as symbols of the Cold War’s end. There was nuclear disarmament, NATO enlargement and accession to the European Union. But the most musical change was the extension of the Eurovision Song Contest from West to East. Until 1992, countries on...

    Ukraine PM calls for new sanctions on Russia
    Aug09

    Ukraine PM calls for new sanctions on Russia

    Ukraine is planning to slap restrictions on Russian citizens and companies – after Moscow banned its food and transit flights. The list includes 172… …read more Source:...

    West warns Russia over Ukraine ‘aid’
    Aug09

    West warns Russia over Ukraine ‘aid’

    The UK and US governments warn Russia not to use humanitarian assistance as a pretext for sending troops into eastern Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Russia arrests Ukrainian soldiers accused of war crimes
    Aug08

    Russia arrests Ukrainian soldiers accused of war crimes

    Author(s): Dan Alexe belgaimage_60891820_preview.jpg Russian investigators said on Friday they had detained five Ukrainian soldiers on suspicion of war crimes in eastern Ukraine, after they crossed into Russia earlier this week. The soldiers went across the border in a huge contingent of over 400 servicemen on Monday. Moscow claimed they had...

    Simonenko: Poroshenko want to win at any cost before August 22
    Aug08

    Simonenko: Poroshenko want to win at any cost before August 22

    Ukrainian leadership tasked to settle the situation in the country’s east before August 22, First Secretary of Ukrainian Communist Party Central Committee …read more Source:...

    Vucic: Imposing sanctions on Russia would cost Serbia EUR 1 billion
    Aug08

    Vucic: Imposing sanctions on Russia would cost Serbia EUR 1 billion

    UB – Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said Friday that Serbia could not impose sanctions on Russia because it would lose at …read more Source:...

    Russian resigns to make way for Ukrainian as new head of ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’
    Aug08

    Russian resigns to make way for Ukrainian as new head of ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’

    Alexander Borodai steps down as prime minister of self-styled in move aimed at dampening accusations that rebellion in east is being run by Moscow. Kyiv Post reportsThe Russian prime minister of the self-proclaimed Donetsk Peoples Republic has announced his resignation in a move aimed at dampening claims that the rebellion in eastern Ukraine is...

    “Sanctions would cost Serbia at least EUR 1bn”
    Aug08

    “Sanctions would cost Serbia at least EUR 1bn”

    Prime Minister Aleksandar Vučić says Serbia could not impose sanctions on Russia “because it would lose at least EUR 1 billion.””Introducing sanctions against Russia would ruin business for fruit, vegetable and dairy farmers, and Serbia would lose at least EUR 1 billion,” Vučić told reporters in the...

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