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    Once Ukraine’s kosher food basket, Donetsk now reliant on food packages
    Jun01

    Once Ukraine’s kosher food basket, Donetsk now reliant on food packages

    Only about a quarter of the city’s Jewish community remains after more than 10 thousand left their homes in 2013. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Fatal clashes erupt in eastern Ukraine despite truce
    Jun01

    Fatal clashes erupt in eastern Ukraine despite truce

    Two civilians and three Ukrainian soldiers die in fighting in country’s east where pro-Russia rebels hope to secede. …read more Source: AL...

    Increase of death toll in east Ukraine, says UN report
    Jun01

    Increase of death toll in east Ukraine, says UN report

    Serious human rights violations and abuses persist in eastern Ukraine and Crimea, UN says. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Clashes in east Ukraine kills five, including civilians
    Jun01

    Clashes in east Ukraine kills five, including civilians

    Three soldiers and two civilians have reportedly been killed during an army operation against pro-Russia forces in the east of the country. …read more Source: Iran...

    Clashes in east Ukraine kills five, including civilians
    Jun01

    Clashes in east Ukraine kills five, including civilians

    Three Ukrainian soldiers and two civilians are killed in east Ukraine clashes between army and pro-Russians. …read more Source:...

    East Ukraine death toll surpasses 6,400: UN
    Jun01

    East Ukraine death toll surpasses 6,400: UN

    More than 6,400 people have been killed during the conflict between Kiev forces and pro-Russia fighters over the past 13 months in Ukraine’s restive east, according to a United Nations (UN) report. According to the reports, the UN human rights office said in its latest report on Monday that at least 6,417 people, including 626 girls and...

    Russia dismisses EU anger over entry bans
    Jun01

    Russia dismisses EU anger over entry bans

    Russia has dismissed the European Union’s criticism of the Kremlin’s recent blacklisting of EU officials, which came in retaliation for the 28-nation bloc’s sanctions against Moscow. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was reacting to several statements justifying the EU measures against Russia. He on Monday said: “I would...

    Malaysia Airlines announces bankruptcy, cuts job
    Jun01

    Malaysia Airlines announces bankruptcy, cuts job

    Malaysia Airlines has announced massive plans for axing jobs and scrapping routes as its new German CEO rolls up sleeves to save the “technically bankrupt” flag carrier from further decline. Christoph Mueller announced Monday he plans to cut around 6,000 jobs and overhaul the company’s structure following recent air disasters that marred...

    Russia claims right to deploy nukes in Crimea
    Jun01

    Russia claims right to deploy nukes in Crimea

    A senior Russian Foreign Ministry official has emphasized that Moscow reserves the right to deploy nuclear weapons on its territory, including stationing them in Crimea. According to RIA Novosti, Russian Foreign Ministry’s Director of the Department for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control Mikhail Ulyanov on Monday said: “Russia obviously...

    Russia warns against Ukrainian NATO membership
    Jun01

    Russia warns against Ukrainian NATO membership

    Speaker of the lower house of the Russian parliament has warned against Ukraine’s possible membership in NATO, saying that Russia will not leave such a move unanswered. Sergei Naryshkin, the speaker of the State Duma, said Ukraine’s membership in NATO is “imaginable,” saying such a development would bring the Western military alliance...

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