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    Ukraine says may return artillery to frontline if situation escalates
    Nov16

    Ukraine says may return artillery to frontline if situation escalates

    Ukraine could return artillery to its eastern front-line if fighting with pro-Russian separatists escalates further, Ukrainian military spokesman Andriy Lysenko said Monday after a weekend of the deadliest attacks in two months …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia makes proposal to IMF on Kiev’s $3-bn debt to Moscow: finance minister
    Nov16

    Russia makes proposal to IMF on Kiev’s $3-bn debt to Moscow: finance minister

    Russia has made a proposal to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) over its $3-billion debt dispute with Ukraine, the country’s finance minister said at the G20 Summit Monday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia makes proposal to IMF over Ukraine
    Nov16

    Russia makes proposal to IMF over Ukraine

    Russia has presented a proposal concerning Ukraine’s reimbursement of its $3-billion Russian debt …read more Source: World...

    Ukrainian president condemns re-escalation of clashes in east
    Nov16

    Ukrainian president condemns re-escalation of clashes in east

    Ukraine’s president has condemned the recent re-escalation of clashes with pro-Russians despite a September ceasefire agreement. Petro Poroshenko’s comment follows the death of 6 Ukrainian soldiers in clashes with the pro-Russia forces since Friday. More than 8,000 people have been killed in Ukraine crisis since April 2014....

    Sweden, Ukraine take 1st leg lead
    Nov15

    Sweden, Ukraine take 1st leg lead

    PARIS — European football paid tribute to the victims of attacks in Euro 2016 host France during Saturday’s qualifying play-offs which saw Sweden edge Denmark 2-1 and Ukraine beat Slovenia 2-0 in first leg ties. A minute’s silence was observed before Saturday’s games for victims of the Paris attacks Friday, one of which was...

    Putin and Obama discuss situation in Syria on sideline of G-20 summit
    Nov15

    Putin and Obama discuss situation in Syria on sideline of G-20 summit

    Antalya, SANA – Russian President Vladimir Putin and US President Barack Obama held a meeting on the sideline of the G-20 summit currently being held in Antalya, Turkey, during which they discussed the situation in Syria and in Ukraine. According to Putin’s aide Yuri Ushakov, the two presidents also exchanged viewpoints on the recent...

    G20-Obama, Putin agree on need for political transition, ceasefire in Syria (Update)
    Nov15

    G20-Obama, Putin agree on need for political transition, ceasefire in Syria (Update)

    By Matt Spetalnick and Lidia Kelly U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed on the need for a Syria-led political transition, including U.N.-mediated talks, when they spoke at the G20 summit on Sunday, a White House official said. The Cold War superpower foes have been at odds over the future of Syrian President...

    UPDATE 1-G20-Obama, Putin agree on need for political transition, ceasefire in Syria -U.S. official
    Nov15

    UPDATE 1-G20-Obama, Putin agree on need for political transition, ceasefire in Syria -U.S. official

    (Adds Kremlin statement, Ukraine, background) By Matt Spetalnick and Lidia Kelly BELEK, Turkey, Nov 15 (Reuters) – U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin agreed on the need for a Syria-led political transition, including… …read more Source:...

    Kiev has to meet Minsk deal obligations: Analyst
    Nov15

    Kiev has to meet Minsk deal obligations: Analyst

    An analyst says in order to reach a political settlement, Kiev must meet its obligations under the Minsk II agreement. …read more Source:...

    One Soldier Killed in Clashes in East Ukraine
    Nov15

    One Soldier Killed in Clashes in East Ukraine

    One Ukrainian soldier was killed in clashes in the country’s east, the military said on Sunday, as fighting between government forces and pro-Russian forces intensifies after weeks of relative calm. …read more Source: Al-Manar...

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