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Section: Middle East

    Separatists claim control of crucial Ukrainian crossroads town
    Feb17

    Separatists claim control of crucial Ukrainian crossroads town

    Ukrainian government soldiers sit on top of their armored vehicle driving on a road stretching away from the town of Artemivsk, Ukraine, towards Debaltseve, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015. (AP)Kiev—Rebels in eastern Ukraine said Tuesday they took control of most of the strategic crossroad town Debaltseve in fighting that’s threatening to undermine...

    Ukraine: Separatists claim part capture of Debaltseve
    Feb17

    Ukraine: Separatists claim part capture of Debaltseve

    Ukraine reports five soldiers killed as pro-Russian separatists claim seizure of part of the country’s eastern railway hub. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine truce ‘breached 40 times within 24 hours’
    Feb17

    Ukraine truce ‘breached 40 times within 24 hours’

    Fighting in Ukraine continues around Debaltseve despite cease-fire deal agreed in Minsk …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Separatists to battle on for east Ukraine town
    Feb17

    Separatists to battle on for east Ukraine town

    Pro-Russian separatists cannot “morally” stop fighting for control of a town in east Ukraine where they have encircled government troops despite a peace deal, a senior rebel representative said on Tuesday. Denis Pushilin also told Reuters before a scheduled conference call on implementation of the agreement that the rebels could not withdraw...

    Few signs of peace in Debaltseve – video
    Feb17

    Few signs of peace in Debaltseve – video

    Battle rages for town where Ukraine rebels reject ceasefire with intense fighting in Debaltseve. …read more Source: The...

    ‘Concrete steps’ agreed to allow monitors in Ukraine
    Feb17

    ‘Concrete steps’ agreed to allow monitors in Ukraine

    The leaders of Russia, Germany and Ukraine have agreed on “concrete measures” to allow Organisation from Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) observers to monitor the shaky ceasefire in Ukraine, Berlin announced. A German government spokesman… …read more Source:...

    ‘Concrete steps’ agreed to allow monitors in Ukraine
    Feb17

    ‘Concrete steps’ agreed to allow monitors in Ukraine

    Leaders of Russia, Germany and Ukraine agree on letting OSCE observers monitor shaky truce in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: AL...

    Ukraine crisis: EU bans Jewish ‘Russian Sinatra’
    Feb17

    Ukraine crisis: EU bans Jewish ‘Russian Sinatra’

    Popular singer and MP Iosif Kobzon, 77, targeted in fresh round of sanctions on Russian officia… …read more Source:...

    Merkel, Putin, Poroshenko agree steps on ceasefire
    Feb17

    Merkel, Putin, Poroshenko agree steps on ceasefire

    The withdrawal of heavy weapons should be started on Tuesday. …read more Source: World...

    Merkel: Ukraine, Russia Agree to Allow Monitors in Contested Town
    Feb17

    Merkel: Ukraine, Russia Agree to Allow Monitors in Contested Town

    The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, and Germany have reached an agreement to provide European security monitors access to eastern Ukraine, where fighting has raged on despite an internationally brokered cease-fire. A German government statement said Tuesday the agreement was reached during a conference call between Ukrainian President Petro...

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