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At Least Six Ukrainian Troops Killed in Separatist Attacks
Nov17

At Least Six Ukrainian Troops Killed in Separatist Attacks

At least six Ukrainian troops were killed and nine others wounded in attacks by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine over the past 24 hours, the Ukrainian military command said Monday. …read more Source: Latin American Herald...

Grim prognosis for stricken Ukraine hospital
Nov17

Grim prognosis for stricken Ukraine hospital

Facing frequent shelling and desperate conditions, staff and patients at Donetsk’s Hospital 21 in eastern Ukraine say they have no choice but to hunker down, stay put and cling to life as best they can. …read more Source:...

EU to Discuss Possible New Sanctions over Ukraine
Nov17

EU to Discuss Possible New Sanctions over Ukraine

European Union foreign ministers are to discuss on Monday the possibility of issuing sanctions on Russian and Ukrainian citizens for being involved in the current Ukrainian crisis, without excluding imposing new economic sanctions against Russia for increasing the number of its soldiers in the conflicted area. …read more Source: Latin...

Nine soldiers, police die in Ukraine
Nov17

Nine soldiers, police die in Ukraine

Six Ukrainian soldiers and three police officers have been killed in eastern Ukraine in the past 24 hours, security officials say. …read more Source:...

Nikkei sees worst slump in months
Nov17

Nikkei sees worst slump in months

European shares dropped on Monday, hit by concern over the pace of global growth after new of Japan’s recession. ||| Edinburgh – European shares dropped on Monday, hit by concern over the pace of global growth after data showed Japan, the world’s third-largest economy, unexpectedly slipped into recession. The FTSEurofirst 300...

Merkel warns Ukraine conflict could spill over
Nov17

Merkel warns Ukraine conflict could spill over

German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday (17/11/2014) accused Russia of destabilizing Ukraine and Eastern Europe, warning that the conflict between Kiev and separatists could spread to neighbouring countries. “Russia violates Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty,” Merkel said in a speech at the Lowy Institute, a foreign policy...

Moscow confirms expulsions of German and Polish diplomats
Nov17

Moscow confirms expulsions of German and Polish diplomats

Russia said on Monday (17/11/2014) it has expelled a German diplomat and a number of Polish diplomats in response to the expulsion of its diplomats amid cooling ties with the EU over Ukraine. Moscow said the German was expelled from Moscow in a retaliatory measure for what it described as an “unfriendly” step earlier by Berlin of expelling a...

Japanese recession, Cameron warning hits stocks
Nov17

Japanese recession, Cameron warning hits stocks

Grim news that Japan has slumped back into recession combined with British Prime Minister David Cameron’s warning of fresh global economic turmoil, sent stocks sliding on Monday (17/11/2014). European markets fell and Tokyo tanked by almost three percent. This was after official data showed Japan’s gross domestic product (GDP) shrank...

Artillery explosions shake Donetsk airport in east Ukraine
Nov17

Artillery explosions shake Donetsk airport in east Ukraine

Loud explosions and artillery fire rocked Donetsk airport in eastern Ukraine on Monday (17/11/2014), despite attempts to negotiate an end to a battle that is undermining a ceasefire in regions held by separatists. A Reuters reporter near the strategically important airport saw flashes of artillery fire in several places and heard frequent blasts...

Righteous fighters ‘will always get weapons’
Nov17

Righteous fighters ‘will always get weapons’

President Vladimir Putin stuck to his guns as he refused to say where Moscow-backed Ukrainian separatists receive heavy arms from and said that people fighting a just cause “will always get weapons”. “Where did they get the armoured vehicles and the artillery systems?” Putin said in reply to a question from German TV network ARD in an interview...

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