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    MH17: Dutch Safety Board to publish preliminary report on disaster
    Sep08

    MH17: Dutch Safety Board to publish preliminary report on disaster

    Document will contain details from data devices on board downed Malaysia Airlines jet but won’t apportion blameAuthorities in the Netherlands are due to publish a preliminary report on the July downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine.The Dutch Safety Board (DSB) says the report, due on Tuesday, will include details...

    Ukraine conflict death toll rises above 3,000, says UN
    Sep08

    Ukraine conflict death toll rises above 3,000, says UN

    True death toll is likely to be higher than figure announced by UN human rights official that includes victims of MH17 plane crashThe number of people confirmed killed in the Ukraine conflict has risen above 3,000 if the victims of the MH17 plane crash are included, a senior UN human rights official said on Monday.Ivan Simonovic, UN assistant...

    David Cameron’s Commons statement about the Nato summitL Politics live blog
    Sep08

    David Cameron’s Commons statement about the Nato summitL Politics live blog

    Rolling coverage of all todays political developments as they happen, including David Camerons Commons statement about the Nato summit 9.08am BSTNothing else matters now in British politics apart from the Scottish independence referendum, is the headline above Martin Kettles front-page column in todays Guardian. Hes right, of course, and shortly...

    Russian PM warns west against further sanctions
    Sep08

    Russian PM warns west against further sanctions

    Medvedev says Russia would respond ‘asymmetrically’ to new measures over Ukraine, possibly stopping flights in its airspaceThe Russian prime minister, Dmitry Medvedev, has said Moscow would respond to any new western sanctions “asymmetrically,” possibly preventing airlines flying through Russian airspace, if the US and EU...

    Ukraine: shelling threatens fragile truce
    Sep08

    Ukraine: shelling threatens fragile truce

    Both sides accuse each other of violating ceasefire agreement in east Ukraine with fighting centred on the town of MariupolShelling and gunfire in east Ukraine on Sunday threatened a fragile ceasefire agreed on Friday, with both sides accusing the other of violating the truce. One woman was killed overnight in the city of Mariupol, which is still...

    This ceasefire is Ukraines best hope | Mary Dejevsky
    Sep07

    This ceasefire is Ukraines best hope | Mary Dejevsky

    The agreement may seem fragile now but its terms for peace make sense for Putin as well as PoroshenkoOn Friday, in the incongruous setting of a Welsh golf resort, President Petro Poroshenko stole the headlines from a tub-thumping Nato by announcing that talks in Minsk had produced a ceasefire agreement for Ukraine. Just days on, after new...

    Nato barked, but will that help Ukraine, and help deter Putin?
    Sep07

    Nato barked, but will that help Ukraine, and help deter Putin?

    Nato forces to be more active in eastern Europe Questions remain about alliance capability to counter ‘hybrid warfare’Nato leaders were desperate to breathe new life into the military alliance that was in danger of expiring. And if rhetoric was the test they certainly passed it.Putin was the villain, roundly and repeatedly attacked at...

    Ukraine and separatists blame each other after ceasefire broken
    Sep07

    Ukraine and separatists blame each other after ceasefire broken

    Shelling and shots fired in Mariupol, with Kiev and rebel forces denying responsibility after truce was agreed at talks in MinskThere was shelling and gunfire in east Ukraine on Sunday as a fragile ceasefire agreed on Friday was broken, with both sides accusing the other of violating the truce. One woman was killed overnight in the city of...

    Nato faces Russia  cartoon
    Sep07

    Nato faces Russia cartoon

    Chris Riddell on Nato’s announcement of a 4,000-strong rapid reaction force to counter Russian threat … …read more Source: The...

    Flight MH17: Australia and Malaysia want to revisit crash site for remains
    Sep07

    Flight MH17: Australia and Malaysia want to revisit crash site for remains

    Tony Abbott and his counterpart, Najib Razak, say they need more evidence to build a criminal case against those responsibleAustralia and Malaysia have signalled their intention to send investigators back to the MH17 crash site in war-torn eastern Ukraine before winter.Prime minister Tony Abbott and his counterpart Najib Razak on Saturday agreed...

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