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    Ukraine expects ‘good results’ during Erdogan’s visit
    Mar19

    Ukraine expects ‘good results’ during Erdogan’s visit

    The first official contact between presidents of Turkey and Ukraine will take place on March 20 …read more Source: Anadolu...

    UK troops start training mission in Ukraine: ministry
    Mar19

    UK troops start training mission in Ukraine: ministry

    British troops begin a training mission in Ukraine, helping government forces fighting pro-Russian separatists, the Ministry of Defense in London says …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russia signs treaty with South Ossetia
    Mar19

    Russia signs treaty with South Ossetia

    President Vladimir Putin signed a treaty with South Ossetia region on Wednesday that almost completely integrates it with Russia, alarming Georgia and the West a year after Moscow took over Crimea. …read more Source: World...

    Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit
    Mar19

    Greece, Ukraine to dominate EU summit

    Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras will plead with European counterparts at a summit in Brussels Thursday to release vital funds to help his debt-laden country stave off a looming cash crunch …read more Source: The Daily...

    Rights Group Criticizes Use of Cluster Bombs in Ukraine
    Mar19

    Rights Group Criticizes Use of Cluster Bombs in Ukraine

    A U.S.-based rights group says both government and rebel forces used cluster bombs in eastern Ukraine in January and February, killing at least 13 civilians including two children. Human Rights Watch said Thursday that neither side in the conflict should be using such weapons and warned that their use could constitute a war crime. A spokesman for...

    Russia stirs anger with South Ossetia ‘annexation’ deal
    Mar19

    Russia stirs anger with South Ossetia ‘annexation’ deal

    Russia is now officially responsible for defending the self-declared republic; Crimea celebrates… …read more Source:...

    New Moscow-Kyiv Dispute Strains Ukraine Peace Plan
    Mar19

    New Moscow-Kyiv Dispute Strains Ukraine Peace Plan

    KYIV—A peace plan to end the conflict in eastern Ukraine came under renewed strain Wednesday, with Ukraine and Russia clashing publicly over the next steps and further Ukrainian military casualties from rebel attacks testing a fragile cease-fire. Moscow reacted sharply after Ukraine agreed Tuesday to confer special status on rebel-controlled...

    West’s Mistrust of Russia Over Ukraine Imperils Global Security
    Mar19

    West’s Mistrust of Russia Over Ukraine Imperils Global Security

    STATE DEPARTMENT—Deep mistrust between the West and Russia over Moscow’s aggressive actions in Ukraine is threatening global security, top government officials say, and there is little sign of progress in ending the conflict or rebuilding deteriorating relations. The impact of events in Ukraine extends far beyond the country’s...

    West’s Mistrust of Russia Over Ukraine Imperils Security Cooperation
    Mar19

    West’s Mistrust of Russia Over Ukraine Imperils Security Cooperation

    Mary Alice Salinas Published March 18, 2015 Deep mistrust between the West and Russia over Moscow’s aggressive actions in Ukraine is threatening global security, top government officials say, and there is little sign of progress in ending the conflict or of rebuilding deteriorated relations. VOA’s Mary Alice Salinas reports from the...

    Putin fetes Crimea takeover in front of huge crowd
    Mar18

    Putin fetes Crimea takeover in front of huge crowd

    Russia’s President Vladimir Putin gives a speech during a rally and a concert by the Kremlin Wall in central Moscow on Wednesday, to mark one year since he signed off on the annexation of Crimea in a epochal shift that ruptured ties with Ukraine and the West. — AFP MOSCOW — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday...

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