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Section: Middle East

    Russia ‘could lose most’ from South Stream stoppage
    Dec09

    Russia ‘could lose most’ from South Stream stoppage

    Cancellation of oil project a setback for Russia, which wants to weaken its dependence on Ukraine as pipeline transit country, analyst says …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Dutch to begin assembling MH17 wreckage for investigation
    Dec09

    Dutch to begin assembling MH17 wreckage for investigation

    Crash investigators were to begin reconstructing the Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 shot down over eastern Ukraine in July after wreckage arrived by truck at a Dutch air force hangar …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Ukraine receives first Russian gas since June cut
    Dec09

    Ukraine receives first Russian gas since June cut

    Energy-starved Ukraine said it had received the first Russian natural gas shipments since a politically charged price dispute saw Moscow cut off supplies to its Westward-leaning neighbor in June …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Poroshenko orders Ukraine army to cease fire
    Dec09

    Poroshenko orders Ukraine army to cease fire

    …read more Source: Anadolu...

    UNICEF laments 2014 as extremely harsh year for millions of children
    Dec09

    UNICEF laments 2014 as extremely harsh year for millions of children

    The UNICEF lamented 2014 as being an extremely harsh year for millions of children who were absorbed into violent clashes and wars around the world. The international organization estimated children caught up in violent conflicts in 2014 at 15 million in the Central African Republic, Iraq, South Sudan, Palestine, Syria and Ukraine. It added...

    Russia sends more aid to separatist-controlled Ukraine
    Dec09

    Russia sends more aid to separatist-controlled Ukraine

    Convoy consists of around 120 vehicles loaded with 1,200 tons of food and first aid supplies. …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine, Rebels Observe ‘Day of Silence’
    Dec09

    Ukraine, Rebels Observe ‘Day of Silence’

    The Ukrainian army and pro-Russian rebel forces are laying down their arms in an attempt to revive a September cease-fire. A spokesman confirmed the military has suspended hostilities as part of Tuesday’s so-called “Day of Silence.” Rebel leaders have also promised to abide by the truce. But it is not clear when the warring...

    Trucks carrying MH17 wreckage arrive in the Netherlands
    Dec09

    Trucks carrying MH17 wreckage arrive in the Netherlands

    The Boeing 777 came down in eastern Ukraine on July 17, killing all 298 people on board, two-thirds of them Dutch. …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine’s military says suspends combat operations on ‘Day of Silence’
    Dec09

    Ukraine’s military says suspends combat operations on ‘Day of Silence’

    The Kiev military said separatist attacks had continued in the past 24 hours up to the start of the Day of Silence. …read more Source: World...

    Ukraine’s military says suspends combat operations on ‘Day of Silence’
    Dec09

    Ukraine’s military says suspends combat operations on ‘Day of Silence’

    Ukrainian government forces said they had suspended combat operations as a “Day of Silence” began in the war-torn east on Tuesday, marking an effective ceasefire on the front line of the conflict with separatist rebels. In the city of Donetsk, the separatists main stronghold, a Reuters correspondent said firing was heard up to 9 am but later...

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