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    Shelling Hits City Bus in Ukraine’s Donetsk, 7 Dead
    Jan22

    Shelling Hits City Bus in Ukraine’s Donetsk, 7 Dead

    Ukrainian authorities say at least seven people were killed in the eastern city of Donetsk after an artillery shell hit a city bus. Emergency officials said a shell struck a trolley bus early Thursday, killing the passengers instantly. Meanwhile, Ukrainian military authorities say troops have withdrawn from the Donetsk airport, which has been the...

    Wells running dry at Crimea Safari Park – video
    Jan22

    Wells running dry at Crimea Safari Park – video

    Low water levels in a Crimean reservoir signal hardship for animals at a safari park caught in the political crossfire. …read more Source: The...

    At least 6 civilians killed in shelling attack in east Ukraine
    Jan22

    At least 6 civilians killed in shelling attack in east Ukraine

    Windows of shops nearby had been blown out by the blast and six Ukrainian servicemen had been killed in the past 24 hours …read more Source: World...

    Bus shelling in Ukraine’s Donetsk kills 13: official
    Jan22

    Bus shelling in Ukraine’s Donetsk kills 13: official

    Shelling hit a trolleybus in war-torn east Ukraine’s Donetsk on Jan. 22 and killed at least 13 people, an official said, hours after peace talks in Berlin called for a ceasefire. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    No agreement yet in Ukraine cease-fire talks
    Jan22

    No agreement yet in Ukraine cease-fire talks

    Foreign ministers of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France gathered in Berlin in order to implement cease-fire in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: Anadolu...

    John Kerry: Ukraine rebels engaged in ‘blatant land-grab’
    Jan22

    John Kerry: Ukraine rebels engaged in ‘blatant land-grab’

    “This is a very blatant land grab and it is in direct contravention to the Minsk agreements.” …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Kyiv Accuses Russia of Deploying 9,000 Troops in Ukraine
    Jan22

    Kyiv Accuses Russia of Deploying 9,000 Troops in Ukraine

    Henry Ridgwell Published January 21, 2015 Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has accused Russia of deploying 9,000 soldiers and 500 tanks on Ukrainian soil — and is demanding that Moscow withdraw its forces and return to the so-called Minsk cease-fire agreement. The Ukrainian demand follows intense fighting in the eastern regions of Luhansk and...

    Deadly clashes rock Ukraine ahead of  peace talks
    Jan21

    Deadly clashes rock Ukraine ahead of peace talks

        DONETSK, Ukraine —  Heavy fighting raged between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian rebels in the country’s war-torn east Wednesday, killing at least five more civilians ahead of high-stakes peace talks in Berlin.   Explosions shook the battered city of Donetsk after days of fighting left an al …read more...

    Ukrainian ceasefire talks begin in Berlin
    Jan21

    Ukrainian ceasefire talks begin in Berlin

    German FM appeals to Russian and Ukrainian counterparts to negotiate in a constructive way …read more Source: Anadolu...

    9,000 Russian troops backing rebels: Ukraine
    Jan21

    9,000 Russian troops backing rebels: Ukraine

    KIEV: President Petro Poroshenko said on Wednesday that more than 9,000 Russian troops were backing Ukrainian separatist fighters that Moscow will be under pressure to reel in at high-stakes peace talks in Berlin. Poroshenko’s claims followed days of heavy fighting that has left an already shaky September truce in tatters and forced the...

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