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    Both sides blame each other for latest Ukraine violence
    Aug17

    Both sides blame each other for latest Ukraine violence

    Sunday night’s fighting in eastern Ukraine between government forces and rebels claimed the lives of several civilians, according to both sides. In… …read more Source:...

    Kiev revamps police to rebuild trust
    Aug17

    Kiev revamps police to rebuild trust

    Pilot project seen as first step towards ending corruption across Ukraine’s public services …read more Source: Financial...

    Civilians killed as separatists warn of return to “full scale” war in Ukraine
    Aug17

    Civilians killed as separatists warn of return to “full scale” war in Ukraine

    Ceasefire feared close to collapse as Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed separatists accuse one another of readying new offensives. …read more Source: The...

    Lviv residents don’t want to see Lukashenka
    Aug17

    Lviv residents don’t want to see Lukashenka

    People in Lviv are angry at the invitation made by mayor Andriy Sadovyi to the Belarusian dictator. …read more Source:...

    Latest Clashes in Mariupol Reportedly Kill Seven People
    Aug17

    Latest Clashes in Mariupol Reportedly Kill Seven People

    Seven people were reportedly killed in the latest clashes, which occurred in the coastal city of Mariupol in southeastern Ukraine overnight. The fighting, which included an intense artillery duel, took place along the front line between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists. Local residents have described the battle as the heaviest in more...

    Lukashenka’s 2015 Election Strategy
    Aug17

    Lukashenka’s 2015 Election Strategy

    On 4 August, Belarusian president Aliaksandr Lukashenka met with journalists of non-government media to discuss a wide range of topics. In particular he focused on the preelection campaign and the conflict in Ukraine, stressing that Russia will not go to war with Belarus and no Russian planes operate on Belarusian territory. This paper examines...

    Russia claims Kyiv is planning a new offensive in eastern Ukraine
    Aug17

    Russia claims Kyiv is planning a new offensive in eastern Ukraine

    The Russian foreign minister has said the government in Kyiv is planning a new offensive in its conflict with pro-Moscow separtists, flouting the ceasefire. Germany has also warned that the situation is “explosive.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Polish President introduces new format of peace talks on situation in Donbas
    Aug17

    Polish President introduces new format of peace talks on situation in Donbas

    Polish President Andrzej Duda has introduced a new format of talks on restoring peace in the Donetsk and Luhansk regions to Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko. …read more Source:...

    Savchenko’s defense releases evidence of her innocence
    Aug17

    Savchenko’s defense releases evidence of her innocence

    On Sunday, Aug. 16, Mark Feigin, a lawyer of the people’s deputy of the Verkhovna Rada, Ukrainian pilot Nadiia Savchenko illegally held in Russia, issued a video chronicle of the events back in June 17, 2014. …read more Source:...

    Interstate court may be set up to investigate MH17 crash
    Aug17

    Interstate court may be set up to investigate MH17 crash

    Malaysia will consider the option of establishing an interstate court to bring to justice those responsible for shooting down a Malaysia Airlines passenger jet over Donbas in July, 2014. …read more Source:...

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