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    [Ticker] Bulgaria presses for South Stream project
    Jul08

    [Ticker] Bulgaria presses for South Stream project

    Russia and Bulgaria Monday pressed the EU to approve South Stream, a controversial gas pipeline that would bypass Ukraine and which Brussels rejected after the annexation of Crimea. Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Orecharski voiced optimism that Brussels would accept “the very good arguments” in favour of the project. …read more...

    Pushed from Slaviansk, Ukraine rebels barricade Donetsk
    Jul08

    Pushed from Slaviansk, Ukraine rebels barricade Donetsk

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) – Pro-Russian rebels erected new barricades on the streets of Donetsk on Monday, preparing to make a stand in the city of a million people after losing their bastion in the town of Slaviansk in the worst defeat of their three-month uprising. …read more Source:...

    Obama and Hollande call on Putin to pressure Ukraine rebels on talks
    Jul08

    Obama and Hollande call on Putin to pressure Ukraine rebels on talks

    French President Francois Hollande and his US counterpart Barack Obama discuss Ukraine crisis and call on Vladimir Putin to exert influence to curb Russian insurgents and foster move towards political solution …read more Source: The...

    Ukrainian partisans are settling in for the long haul
    Jul08

    Ukrainian partisans are settling in for the long haul

    Aleksandr and his comrades suddenly disappeared one day from Slovyansk. They went off to be partisans in the woods in a campaign against the Ukrainian government which, he held, would take around five years. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine and Russia: War by any other name
    Jul08

    Ukraine and Russia: War by any other name

    A “NON-LINEAR” war, explains Natan Dubovitsky, a writer, is how states are likely to fight each other in future—if they do not already. Individual regions or cities will form temporary coalitions, only to split apart in mid-fighting and find new allies. Each force has its own aims, and these too can be fluid. The war has many...

    Donetsk railway bridge explosion rattles nearby village – video
    Jul08

    Donetsk railway bridge explosion rattles nearby village – video

    A railway bridge near the Ukrainian city of Donestsk lies in ruin after it was blown up on Monday, along with two other key transport routes in the region. A railway worker says the explosion shook a nearby village. It was not clear who blew up the rail and road bridges, but it comes after recent withdrawals by separatist fighters in the area...

    Ukraine’s government forces sense victory as rebels flee key city
    Jul07

    Ukraine’s government forces sense victory as rebels flee key city

    Telegraph enters the besieged city of Slavyansk and finds a population in despair …read more Source: The...

    After the party: Russia faces up to harsh cost of Crimea
    Jul07

    After the party: Russia faces up to harsh cost of Crimea

    Ordinary Russians are starting to face the consequences of seizing Crimea, with billions of pounds being drained from their pockets… …read more Source: The...

    Ukrainians seek EU asylum as conflict goes on
    Jul07

    Ukrainians seek EU asylum as conflict goes on

    The Russia-Ukraine conflict has prompted more than 2,000 Ukrainians to apply for asylum in the EU since March. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine: bridges blown up along main roads to Donetsk
    Jul07

    Ukraine: bridges blown up along main roads to Donetsk

    Pro-Russia fighters driven out of Slavyansk regroup in city where they declared independence as ‘Donetsk People’s Republic’Three bridges on key roads leading into the Ukrainian city of Donetsk were blown up on Monday in an apparent attempt to slow down any possible assault by government forces on the rebel-held...

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