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    Russia could break diplomatic ties with Ukraine, PM says
    Aug12

    Russia could break diplomatic ties with Ukraine, PM says

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    Ukraine sees no significant uptick in Donbass fighting as of now
    Aug12

    Ukraine sees no significant uptick in Donbass fighting as of now

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine has not seen any significant increase in fighting in the eastern Donbass region in the last few days, a Ukrainian military spokesman said on Friday, despite escalating tensions between Kiev and Moscow. …read more Source:...

    Poland has not taken a single immigrant from the Mediterranean region, EASO reports
    Aug12

    Poland has not taken a single immigrant from the Mediterranean region, EASO reports

    Out of 32 European countries who once declared splitting between them 120,000 immigrants coming from Africa and the Middle East, 11, including Poland, hasn’t welcomed a single one. Surprisingly, others are not only poor and small countries, but also the likes of Great Britain, Austria, Denmark and Norway. According to EASO, an EU agency for...

    Russian-Ukrainian relations to deteriorate: report
    Aug12

    Russian-Ukrainian relations to deteriorate: report

    Russia could break off diplomatic relations with Ukraine, but a war is unlikely, say Russian media outlets, commenting on new tensions between Moscow and Kiev over the 2014 annexation of Crimea. …read more Source: Polskie Radio dla...

    Angry Russia “considers withdrawing all diplomats from Kiev”
    Aug12

    Angry Russia “considers withdrawing all diplomats from Kiev”

    Moscow is considering its options to respond to the attempt of the Ukrainian intelligence service to organize acts of sabotage in Crimea. The newspaper Izvestia writes that the Russian embassy in Kiev may be shut down, and all diplomats ordered home. …read more Source:...

    [Ticker] Ukraine puts military along Crimea border on alert
    Aug12

    [Ticker] Ukraine puts military along Crimea border on alert

    Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko put the military on highest state of alert along the border with Crimea on Thursday after Russia accused Kiev of attempting incursions into the annexed region. The Russian security service said one of its officers was killed while arresting “terrorists” on the night of 6-7 August. Russia annexed...

    With tensions rising between Moscow and Kyiv, Ukraine announces army readiness
    Aug12

    With tensions rising between Moscow and Kyiv, Ukraine announces army readiness

    Ukraine has on August 11 put on high alert its troops along the unofficial border with Crimea and along the Donbas war frontline. …read more Source: Baltic News...

    International concern grows over rising Russia-Ukraine tension
    Aug12

    International concern grows over rising Russia-Ukraine tension

    Sharply escalating tensions between Russia and Ukraine are raising concerns in the international community. …read more Source:...

    Why Donald Trump is dangerous for Eastern Europe
    Aug12

    Why Donald Trump is dangerous for Eastern Europe

    The escalating situation in Crimea and the U.S. presidential campaign have more than a few things in common, but two of them are Russian President Vladimir Putin and a dearth of facts. It remains unclear exactly what happened on the occupied peninsula to trigger such a strident response from Russia, which accuses Ukraine of supporting terrorist...

    Russian Officials in Crimea Shut Off the Internet at the Ukrainian Border
    Aug12

    Russian Officials in Crimea Shut Off the Internet at the Ukrainian Border

    Image edited by Kevin Rothrock. Russian officials shut off Internet access in northern Crimea, near the border town of Armyansk, where Moscow claims to have prevented an armed incursion by Ukrainian spies, according to Olga Kovitidi, Crimea’s representative in the upper house of the Russian parliament and a member of the Federation...

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