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    Ukraine appoints three non-native ministers
    Dec02

    Ukraine appoints three non-native ministers

    Government hastily grants citizenship to Latvian, Georgian and US nationals to enable them assume key posts in cabinet. …read more Source: AL...

    NATO announces new support for Ukraine
    Dec02

    NATO announces new support for Ukraine

    Alliance to activate four trust funds for Ukraine army as it condemns Russia’s “deliberate destabilisation” of Kiev. …read more Source: AL...

    NATO approves rapid reaction force for Ukraine
    Dec02

    NATO approves rapid reaction force for Ukraine

    NATO member countries have approved an interim rapid reaction force to respond to Russian threats in and around Ukraine. …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine and rebels agree to new truce, says OSCE
    Dec02

    Ukraine and rebels agree to new truce, says OSCE

    The new cease-fire is set to begin on Friday …read more Source: Anadolu...

    NATO FMs condemn Russia over Crimea military build up
    Dec02

    NATO FMs condemn Russia over Crimea military build up

    Foreign ministers of NATO member states and Ukraine have condemned Russia’s military build-up in Crimea and its alleged destabilization in Ukraine …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Ukraine president stands by foreign and defence chiefs
    Dec02

    Ukraine president stands by foreign and defence chiefs

    Parliament was expected to endorse Pavlo Klimkin as foreign minister and Stepan Poltorak as defence chief in the government of Arseny Yatseniuk …read more Source: World...

    NATO and Ukraine condemn Russia’s activities
    Dec02

    NATO and Ukraine condemn Russia’s activities

    NATO foreign ministers are expected to announce on Dec. 2 the launch of a new advisory mission for Afghanistan and continuous NATO presence in Eastern Europe …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels agree new truce
    Dec02

    Ukraine, pro-Russian rebels agree new truce

    Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels “agreed in principle” on a ceasefire in one separatist province and were working to conclude a broader truce on Tuesday that would end nearly eight months of bloodshed. The latest push for peace in the former Soviet country was being spearheaded by European negotiators alarmed at the unravelling of a...

    US says to discuss possible new Russia sanctions with Europe
    Dec02

    US says to discuss possible new Russia sanctions with Europe

    By Lesley Wroughton US Secretary of State John Kerry will talk to European allies this week about imposing further sanctions on Russia if pro-Moscow separatists in Ukraine do not halt violence, a senior State Department official said on Tuesday. The United States and the 28-nation European Union have both imposed sanctions on Russia’s...

    Russia boasts a dynamic press despite risks to journalists
    Dec02

    Russia boasts a dynamic press despite risks to journalists

    A couple passes coin-operated newspaper vending machines in the metro in Moscow. (John Macdougall/AFP/Getty Images) Moscow, Asharq Al-Awsat—The way some circles in the West put it, Russia has all but returned to the Soviet era with an omnipresent Vladimir Putin in tight control of the media. Putin, we are told, has built a cult of personality...

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