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    NATO’s Stoltenberg tells Russia’s Lavrov to pull out of Ukraine
    May19

    NATO’s Stoltenberg tells Russia’s Lavrov to pull out of Ukraine

    NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday he had told Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that Russia must withdraw all troops and he …read more Source: The New...

    Ukraine to prosecute Russian soldiers
    May18

    Ukraine to prosecute Russian soldiers

    Ukraine accused two captured Russian servicemen of having killed Ukrainian troops in fighting in its east and said they would be prosecuted for “terrorist acts”. ||| Kiev – Ukraine on Monday accused two captured Russian servicemen of having killed Ukrainian troops in fighting in its east and said they would be prosecuted for “terrorist...

    News24.com | NATO: unclear if Russia serious about peace deal
    May18

    News24.com | NATO: unclear if Russia serious about peace deal

    A senior NATO official says it is still unclear whether Russia was prepared to take steps to support the Minsk agreement to ease the conflict in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Three killed, 17 wounded in past 24 hours in east – Ukrainian military
    May17

    Three killed, 17 wounded in past 24 hours in east – Ukrainian military

    Three Ukrainian serviceman have been killed and 17 wounded in fresh separatist attacks in eastern Ukraine in violation of a ceasefire agreement, a Ukr …read more Source: The New...

    News24.com | France offers Russia deal to ditch warships
    May15

    News24.com | France offers Russia deal to ditch warships

    France has offered Russia its terms to scrap a contentious contract to supply two warships that was suspended due to the Ukraine crisis. …read more Source:...

    Russia to prosecute undesirable foreign organisations
    May15

    Russia to prosecute undesirable foreign organisations

    Russia is expected to introduce new powers to prosecute foreigners whose activities are seen as ‘undesirable’ on national security grounds. Russian MPs are voting on a bill to ban undesirable foreign non-governmental organisations (NGOs) or firms. A party loyal to President Vladimir Putin drafted the law. Foreign agentsUnder an existing...

    France offers Russia €785 million to ditch warship deal
    May15

    France offers Russia €785 million to ditch warship deal

    France has offered Russia 785 million euros to scrap a contentious contract to supply two warships that was suspended due to the Ukraine crisis, a report said. …read more Source: The Sunday...

    France’s Hollande denounces ‘unacceptable’ violations of Ukraine ceasefire
    May14

    France’s Hollande denounces ‘unacceptable’ violations of Ukraine ceasefire

    France’s President Francois Hollande Thursday denounced as “unacceptable” ceasefire violations in eastern Ukraine, after a brief conversation with …read more Source: The New...

    Ukraine appoints US senator McCain presidential aide
    May14

    Ukraine appoints US senator McCain presidential aide

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has appointed John McCain, a hawkish US senator who has pressed Washington to send lethal weapons to war-torn Ukr …read more Source: The New...

    Russia’s Crimea build-up vexes NATO
    May13

    Russia’s Crimea build-up vexes NATO

    NATO alarmed by “wide-ranging” military build-up by Russia in Crimea, as well as talk that Moscow could install nuclear weapons on annexed Black Sea peninsula ||| Brussels – NATO on Wednesday expressed alarm over a “wide-ranging” military build-up by Russia in Crimea, as well as talk that Moscow could even install nuclear weapons on the...

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