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    Business sentiment falls in Germany for fourth straight month
    Aug25

    Business sentiment falls in Germany for fourth straight month

    Concerns about the Ukraine crisis and the effect of sanctions against Russia sweep through Europe’s largest economyGerman business sentiment dropped for a fourth straight month in August as concerns about the Ukraine crisis and the effect of sanctions against Russia swept through corporate boardrooms in Europe’s largest economy.The...

    Putin is key to avoiding a new cold war | David Owen
    Aug25

    Putin is key to avoiding a new cold war | David Owen

    The presidential summit in Minsk offers hope of a deal over Ukraine. But the Russian leader will not accept humiliationWhen the presidents of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine meet in Minsk tomorrow, it will inevitably recall the time leaders of those same republics met to dissolve the USSR at the Belavezha hunting lodge in Belarus on 8 December...

    Shakhtar Donetsk’s stadium damaged in Ukraine conflict – video
    Aug25

    Shakhtar Donetsk’s stadium damaged in Ukraine conflict – video

    The Donbass Arena, home ground to eastern-Ukraine team Shakhtar Donetsk, has been damaged after being hit twice by shelling early on Saturday morning. The club’s website reported that there were no casualties in the bombardment. Since it opened in 2009, the multimillion-pound stadium has hosted numerous Champions League matches as well as...

    Ukraine troops battle Russian armoured column, claims Kiev
    Aug25

    Ukraine troops battle Russian armoured column, claims Kiev

    Russia plays down hopes for breakthrough at Minsk talks as tensions rise with plans to send second aid convoy into UkraineUkraine’s government has said its forces have clashed with an armoured column that crossed the border from Russia as Moscow ramped up tensions ahead of crunch talks by pledging to send in a new aid convoy.The Ukrainian...

    Russia to send second aid convoy to eastern Ukraine
    Aug25

    Russia to send second aid convoy to eastern Ukraine

    Foreign minister Sergey Lavrov tells Kiev Moscow is preparing to repeat deliveries to rebel-held areas in next few daysRussia has announced plans to send a second aid convoy to rebel-held eastern Ukraine, where months of fighting have left many buildings in ruins.Russia unilaterally sent about 200 tractor-trailers across the border on Friday, a...

    Ukraine marks Independence Day with parade
    Aug24

    Ukraine marks Independence Day with parade

    Thousands of spectators gather at show of force designed to boost morale in Kiev Ukraine marked Independence Day on Sunday with a parade of soldiers and heavy weaponry through central Kiev, in a show of force designed to boost morale among the country’s soldiers. … …read more Source: The...

    Eyewitness: Kiev, Ukraine
    Aug24

    Eyewitness: Kiev, Ukraine

    Photographs from the Guardian Eyewitness series … …read more Source: The...

    Queensland couple who died on MH17 have been identified
    Aug24

    Queensland couple who died on MH17 have been identified

    Howard and Susan Horder were returning from Europe when Malaysia Airlines plane was shot down over UkraineAn Australian couple who died on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 has been formally identified.Howard and Susan Horder, both 63 and from Brisbane, had been travelling in Europe and were among the 298 killed when the aircraft was shot down on 17...

    Ukraine rebels struggle to reach aid as Russian convoy returns home
    Aug23

    Ukraine rebels struggle to reach aid as Russian convoy returns home

    Diplomatic row grows after Putin insists that the Poroshenko government in Kiev forced his handA humanitarian convoy to eastern Ukraine has begun returning to Russia after delivering a reported 1,800 tonnes of supplies and sparking yet another row between Moscow and the west.The Russian state news agency RIA Novosti said that the first group of...

    The 20 photographs of the week
    Aug23

    The 20 photographs of the week

    The protests over the shooting of Michael Brown, the aftermath of the Israeli offensive in Gaza, the Arctic Race the best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week … …read more Source: The...

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