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    Ukraine peace talks down to wire as fighting rages
    Feb10

    Ukraine peace talks down to wire as fighting rages

    Diplomats scrambled on Feb. 10 to finalise a peace deal for war-torn Ukraine ahead of a crunch summit in Minsk, with the warring sides pushing to gain ground ahead of any truce. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    At least 12 killed in latest Ukraine fighting
    Feb10

    At least 12 killed in latest Ukraine fighting

    At least seven Ukrainian soldiers and five civilians have been killed in the latest fighting in the east of the country, including in battleground town Debaltseve, Kyiv and rebels said Feb. 10. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Obama delays Ukraine arms decision amid diplomatic whirlwind
    Feb10

    Obama delays Ukraine arms decision amid diplomatic whirlwind

    US President Barack Obama on Feb. 9 agreed to hold off a controversial decision on sending arms to Ukraine until German-led efforts to broker a ceasefire with Russia are given a chance. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    EU freezes new sanctions ahead of Ukraine peace summit
    Feb09

    EU freezes new sanctions ahead of Ukraine peace summit

    The European Union on Feb. 9 put fresh sanctions against Moscow on hold ahead of a summit to thrash out a Ukraine peace plan aimed at ending 10 months of bloodshed. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Putin will not accept ultimatums over Ukraine: Kremlin
    Feb09

    Putin will not accept ultimatums over Ukraine: Kremlin

    Russia said Feb. 9 that President Vladimir Putin would not tolerate any ultimatums over Ukraine after a report said Germany had given him until Wednesday to agree a peace plan or face new sanctions. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Leaders to discuss ‘last chance’ Ukraine peace bid
    Feb08

    Leaders to discuss ‘last chance’ Ukraine peace bid

    French, German and Ukrainian leaders are to discuss a last-ditch peace bid for east Ukraine with Vladimir Putin on Feb. 8, after the US called for “deeds” from the Russian leader accused of masterminding the conflict. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Germany rules out arming Kyiv, France pushes for demilitarized zone
    Feb07

    Germany rules out arming Kyiv, France pushes for demilitarized zone

    German Chancellor Merkel has ruled out sending weapons to the Ukrainian government to fight pro-Russian separatists, after French President Hollande proposed a 50- to 70-kilometer (31- to 44-mile) demilitarized zone and ‘rather strong’ autonomy in the east. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    NATO to boost eastern defences after Russian ‘aggression’
    Feb05

    NATO to boost eastern defences after Russian ‘aggression’

    NATO was set Feb. 5 to agree a major boost to its defences including six bases in eastern Europe and a spearhead force of 5,000 troops in response to what it called Russian aggression in Ukraine. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    EU energy chief says Turkish Stream plans legally flawed
    Feb05

    EU energy chief says Turkish Stream plans legally flawed

    Russia’s proposal to pump gas to the Turkish-Greek border and from 2019 to cease using Ukraine as its main energy transit route to Europe is in breach of legally binding contracts and is economically flawed, the EU’s energy chief said …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    Russia erects controversial ‘Big Three’ monument in Crimea
    Feb05

    Russia erects controversial ‘Big Three’ monument in Crimea

    Russia on Feb. 5 defied anger by unveiling a controversial monument to Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, Britain’s Winston Churchill and US President Franklin Roosevelt at their fateful meeting in Crimea in 1945. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

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