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    EU, US leaders in new Ukraine peace bid
    Feb05

    EU, US leaders in new Ukraine peace bid

    KIEV: German and French leaders flew into Kiev on Thursday armed with a new peace plan aimed at halting an upsurge in deadly fighting in eastern Ukraine. Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Francois Hollande arrived hot on the heels of US Secretary of State John Kerry as Washington weighed sending arms for Kiev’s fight with pro-Russian...

    German, French leaders take Ukraine peace plan to Moscow
    Feb05

    German, French leaders take Ukraine peace plan to Moscow

    The leaders of Germany and France launched a new diplomatic initiative over Ukraine, announcing they would fly together to Kiev and Moscow with a proposal to resolve the conflict that could be “acceptable to all”. …read more Source: World...

    US risking another proxy war with Russia?
    Feb05

    US risking another proxy war with Russia?

    Surge of violence in Ukraine prompting the US to review its involvement in the conflict. …read more Source: AL...

    German, French leaders float Ukraine peace plan
    Feb05

    German, French leaders float Ukraine peace plan

    People pass by a tank in Kiev that has been used by pro-Russian separatists in the country’s east and then brought to the Ukrainian capital as a symbol of the current conflict PARIS: The leaders of Germany and France launched a new diplomatic initiative over Ukraine yesterday, announcing they would fly together to Kiev and Moscow with a...

    German, French leaders take Ukraine peace plan to Moscow
    Feb05

    German, French leaders take Ukraine peace plan to Moscow

    By Lesley Wroughton and Richard Balmforth The leaders of Germany and France announced a new peace plan for Ukraine on Thursday, flying to Kiev with a new proposal they would then take on to Moscow. The importance of reaching a deal was demonstrated by a dramatic collapse in Ukraine’s hryvnia currency, which lost nearly a third of its value...

    US, Allies Could Split Over Supplying Weapons to Ukraine
    Feb05

    US, Allies Could Split Over Supplying Weapons to Ukraine

    BRUSSELS—Several European defense ministers spoke out on Thursday against sending weapons to the Ukrainian army, pointing to a potential transatlantic split if Washington decides to supply arms. The United States is considering whether to provide weapons to Ukraine in its fight against Russian-backed separatists, although no decision has been...

    Ukraine’s Hryvnia Plunges After Foreign Currency Auctions Scrapped
    Feb05

    Ukraine’s Hryvnia Plunges After Foreign Currency Auctions Scrapped

    KYIV—Ukraine’s hryvnia currency plunged about 30 percent against the… …read more Source:...

    AJC calls for western support of Ukraine
    Feb05

    AJC calls for western support of Ukraine

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Russia blames US for driving relations into ‘dead end’
    Feb05

    Russia blames US for driving relations into ‘dead end’

    Foreign ministry spokesman accuses US of raising tensions between two countries to ‘new level’ by deliberaly providing funding to Moldova, Georgia and Ukraine to oppose Russia. …read more Source: World...

    Greek PM, Russia’s Putin discuss economy
    Feb05

    Greek PM, Russia’s Putin discuss economy

    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras also spoke to Putin about the importance of forging peace in eastern Ukraine, where pro-Russian rebels are fighting the European Union-backed Kiev government. …read more Source: World...

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