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    In Ukraine’s Nikishino, No House Untouched by Fighting
    Mar07

    In Ukraine’s Nikishino, No House Untouched by Fighting

    Patrick Wells Published March 06, 2015 In the village of Nikishino, in eastern Ukraine, recent fighting has brought utter devastation. Ninety percent of the houses are damaged or destroyed after government forces tried and failed to stop rebels advancing on the strategically important town of Debaltseve nearby. Patrick Wells reports for VOA...

    Ukraine: Death toll rises to 34 in Donetsk mine tragedy
    Mar07

    Ukraine: Death toll rises to 34 in Donetsk mine tragedy

    Funerals for the killed miners are being carried out in the separatist-controlled area. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Nemtsov’s girlfriend threatened
    Mar06

    Nemtsov’s girlfriend threatened

    KIEV: The Ukrainian girlfriend of murdered Russian opposition activist Boris Nemtsov, who was by his side when he was shot dead, has complained to police of receiving death threats, Ukrainian prosecutors said on Friday. “Ganna Duritska… filed a statement about the threat to her life from unidentified people during her time in her...

    Ukraine pulls rocket launchers back from frontline
    Mar06

    Ukraine pulls rocket launchers back from frontline

    KIEV: Kiev said on Friday it had withdrawn all its Uragan multiple rocket launchers from the main conflict zone in eastern Ukraine, in compliance with a ceasefire agreement with pro-Russian rebels. Two of the imposing Uragan (Hurricane) rocket launchers — equipped with 16 launch tubes for 220mm rockets — were being readied for loading on to a...

    Germany: OSCE monitors should have full freedom
    Mar06

    Germany: OSCE monitors should have full freedom

    Berlin says Ukraine and separatists should enable full freedom of movement for OSCE to monitor implementation of ceasefire in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    EU Drops Sanctions on Yanukovich’s Security Chief
    Mar06

    EU Drops Sanctions on Yanukovich’s Security Chief

    BRUSSELS—The European Union has dropped sanctions imposed last year on the head of ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich’s security service, according to a legal notice published on Friday. Oleksandr Yakimenko, who ran Ukraine’s SBU … …read more Source:...

    EU says it’s ready for more Russia sanctions if necessary
    Mar06

    EU says it’s ready for more Russia sanctions if necessary

    By Alistair Scrutton and Aija Krutaine The European Union is ready to step up sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine conflict, but its priority is to bolster a fragile ceasefire agreed in Minsk, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said on Friday. Mogherini, attending a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Latvia, said the need now was to...

    EU ready for more Russia sanctions if necessary
    Mar06

    EU ready for more Russia sanctions if necessary

    RIGA: The European Union is ready to step up sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine conflict, but its priority is to bolster a fragile ceasefire agreed in Minsk, EU foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini said yesterday. Mogherini, attending a meeting of EU foreign ministers in Latvia, said the need now was to strengthen ceasefire monitors from the...

    EU lifts sanctions on Ukrainian former spy chief
    Mar06

    EU lifts sanctions on Ukrainian former spy chief

    EU drops sanctions on Ukraine’s former spy chief amid insufficient evidence of theft of state funds. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine: Separatists hand over bodies of 23 soldiers
    Mar06

    Ukraine: Separatists hand over bodies of 23 soldiers

    Self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic says it unilaterally returned bodies to Ukrainian volunteers …read more Source: Anadolu...

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