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    Fresh Ukraine ceasefire talks to begin by Saturday
    Jul02

    Fresh Ukraine ceasefire talks to begin by Saturday

    Internatiional talks aimed at a resumption of Ukraine’s ceasefire are to reopen by Saturday under an agreement reached at a meeting of foreign ministers in Berlin. Fighting reignited in eastern Ukraine on Monday. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Kyiv promises to ‘clean out’ pro-Russian rebels
    Jul02

    Kyiv promises to ‘clean out’ pro-Russian rebels

    In Ukraine, government forces have renewed attacks against pro-Russian rebels in the east of the country, the second day after President Petro… …read more Source:...

    Absence of US ambassador to Russia punishes Washington, not Moscow
    Jul02

    Absence of US ambassador to Russia punishes Washington, not Moscow

    The US has not had an ambassador in Moscow since the Ukraine crisis began. Now a new candidate has been proposed, but will he be accepted, asks Dmitri Trenin The absence of a United States ambassador in Moscow ever since the beginning of the Ukraine crisis has been striking. This never happened during the Cold War, when ambassadors were the prime...

    Moscow’s TV family says goodbye to Klyan
    Jul02

    Moscow’s TV family says goodbye to Klyan

    The funeral has taken place in Moscow of veteran news cameraman Anatoly Klyan, killed in Ukraine. President Putin has awarded a posthumous Order of… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine presses ahead with post-ceasefire offensive
    Jul02

    Ukraine presses ahead with post-ceasefire offensive

    Kyiv has pushed on with its drive against separatists in eastern Ukraine despite frantic international efforts to end hostilities. The foreign ministers of France, Germany, Russian and Ukraine are to meet in Berlin. …read more Source: Deutsche...

    More fighting in Ukraine as ministers prepare Berlin meeting
    Jul02

    More fighting in Ukraine as ministers prepare Berlin meeting

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian government forces pressed on with a military drive against pro-Russian separatists on Wednesday as Ukraine, Russia, Germany and France prepared a meeting of foreign ministers to try to bring the crisis in Ukraine’s east under control. …read more Source:...

    Russia: Poland will have to ‘change mind about Ukraine’
    Jul02

    Russia: Poland will have to ‘change mind about Ukraine’

    Russia’s ambassador to Poland has told a meeting in the Kremlin that the Polish government will “sooner or later” have to change its policy of staunch support for Ukraine. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Putin accuses US of ‘blackmail’ on French bank fine
    Jul02

    Putin accuses US of ‘blackmail’ on French bank fine

    Russia has accused the US of using bank fines to “blackmail” France on arms sales, amid Western division on Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Hungary confirms building South Stream gas pipeline
    Jul02

    [Ticker] Hungary confirms building South Stream gas pipeline

    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban confirmed Tuesday while in Serbia that he will build Hungary’s part of the Gazprom’s South Stream gas pipeline that bypasses Ukraine to supply Europe, despite American and EU objections. Bulgaria last month had to freeze its South Stream construction work under orders from EU Commission....

    Ukraine’s forces attack rebel positions; Putin growls
    Jul02

    Ukraine’s forces attack rebel positions; Putin growls

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian forces struck at pro-Russian separatist bases in eastern regions with air and artillery strikes on Tuesday after President Petro Poroshenko announced he would not renew a ceasefire but go on the offensive to rid Ukraine of “parasites”. …read more Source:...

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