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    Over 9,300 killed in east Ukraine since April 2014
    Jun03

    Over 9,300 killed in east Ukraine since April 2014

    More than 21,500 people have also been injured in ongoing conflict, according to UN …read more Source: World...

    Over 9,300 killed in east Ukraine since April 2014: UN
    Jun03

    Over 9,300 killed in east Ukraine since April 2014: UN

    More than 21,500 people have also been injured in ongoing conflict, according to UN …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Germany says ‘too early’ to discuss easing Russia sanctions
    Jun03

    Germany says ‘too early’ to discuss easing Russia sanctions

    Germany says it is too early to discuss lifting the European Union’s economic sanctions against Russia over Moscow’s alleged interference in the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source: Iran...

    Germany says ‘too early’ to discuss easing Russia sanctions
    Jun03

    Germany says ‘too early’ to discuss easing Russia sanctions

    Germany says it is ‘too early’ to discuss easing sanctions imposed on Russia over Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian casualties mount in Donbas as sides enter the buffer zones
    Jun03

    Ukrainian casualties mount in Donbas as sides enter the buffer zones

    Violence is on the rise in Eastern Ukraine, with officials warning against a renewed round of clashes in the troubled region. …read more Source:...

    Moscow rabbi: Jews worry over Kiev honors for murderers of Jews
    Jun03

    Moscow rabbi: Jews worry over Kiev honors for murderers of Jews

    Chief rabbi of Moscow condemns the honoring in Ukraine of nationalists whose troops massacred Jews. …read more Source: Arutz...

    Merkel adviser says ‘far too early’ to discuss easing of Russia sanctions
    Jun02

    Merkel adviser says ‘far too early’ to discuss easing of Russia sanctions

    It is far too early to discuss a lifting of sanctions against Russia for its intervention in Ukraine, a top adviser to German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday. …read more Source: The Daily...

    G7 concerned about data hacking of journalists in Ukraine
    Jun02

    G7 concerned about data hacking of journalists in Ukraine

    Ambassadors to Ukraine from the Group of Seven countries are expressing concern about the publication by hackers of the names and contact information of journalists who have reported from rebel-controlled eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The Daily...

    Families of 6 MH17 crew sue Malaysia Airlines
    Jun02

    Families of 6 MH17 crew sue Malaysia Airlines

    Next-of-kin seeking compensation, accusing carrier of negligence and breach of contract over flight downed in east Ukraine …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine parliament paves way for judicial reform
    Jun02

    Ukraine parliament paves way for judicial reform

    Ukraine’s parliament approved Thursday judicial reforms that Western backers say are central to fighting corruption, in the the first major constitutional vote the ruling coalition has pushed through since a major reshuffle in April …read more Source: The Daily...

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