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    ‘Grave concern’ about Ukraine fighting
    Apr15

    ‘Grave concern’ about Ukraine fighting

    We must ensure the ceasefire is respected a lot more comprehensively: Steinmeier …read more Source: Muscat...

    Ukrainian Troops Killed Despite Renewed Commitment to Cease-fire Deal
    Apr15

    Ukrainian Troops Killed Despite Renewed Commitment to Cease-fire Deal

    Published April 14, 2015 Ukraine’s military says more of its soldiers have been killed in the past two days by mortar and rocket fire from Russian-backed separatists. The fighting has intensified in eastern Ukraine despite the Minsk cease-fire deal signed in February. Both sides agreed Monday to pull more heavy weapons back from the front...

    Fighting flares up in Ukraine amid shaky truce
    Apr15

    Fighting flares up in Ukraine amid shaky truce

    Six soldiers have been killed in fighting and a landmine explosion has injured a Russian journalist in rebel-held eastern Ukraine as a flare-up of violence undermined a shaky two-month ceasefire. Russian TV network Zvezda, which is controlled by the country’s defence ministry, said one of its journalists was badly injured in the village of...

    Fighting flares up in Ukraine amid shaky truce
    Apr15

    Fighting flares up in Ukraine amid shaky truce

    Six soldiers die and one journalist suffers injuries in separate incidents on deadliest day since truce began. …read more Source: AL...

    Six servicemen killed in east Ukraine
    Apr14

    Six servicemen killed in east Ukraine

    KIEV: Six soldiers were killed and 12 injured in separatist-held east Ukraine in the last 24 hours as a fresh flare-up of fighting rattles a shaky ceasefire, Kiev’s military said on Tuesday. The situation in the conflict zone “remains unstable,” with “armed provocations by the enemy continuing on almost all sides,” military spokesman Andriy...

    European Agency: Military Jets Putting Civilian Aircraft at Risk
    Apr14

    European Agency: Military Jets Putting Civilian Aircraft at Risk

    BRUSSELS—Military jets that fly over Europe without identifying themselves pose a high risk to civilian aircraft, aviation safety officials said in a report published Tuesday, following a spate of near-collisions involving Russian warplanes. The European Commission asked the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to investigate after recent...

    G7 Foreign Ministers Meet on Key World Issues
    Apr14

    G7 Foreign Ministers Meet on Key World Issues

    LUEBECK, GERMANY—Foreign ministers of the Group of Seven industrialized countries are meeting in Luebeck, Germany, to discuss issues ranging from Ebola to arms control as they prepare for the G7 summit in June. The agenda for this gathering is daunting – Libya, Yemen, Boko Haram, Syria, Ukraine and the Islamic State group, just to name a...

    G7 summit to discuss Iran nuclear deal, Ukraine
    Apr14

    G7 summit to discuss Iran nuclear deal, Ukraine

    FMs of seven world powers have gathered in Germany to discuss a host of international conflicts, including the threats posed by Daesh, Boko Haram …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Don’t underestimate NATO, German minister says on Baltic visit
    Apr14

    Don’t underestimate NATO, German minister says on Baltic visit

    Nobody should underestimate NATO’s rapid response capacity, which has been ratcheted up in response to worries about Russia’s military ambitions after it actsions in Ukraine, according to Germany’s defense minister. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Gazprom warns EU over energy, Ukraine
    Apr14

    Gazprom warns EU over energy, Ukraine

    Russia’s top gas producer Gazprom warned the European Union on April 13 against moves to block Moscow’s plans to bypass Ukraine as a transit country for its gas to Europe and said it needed guarantees on gas purchases …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

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