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    2 Ukrainian troops killed in fighting in the east
    Feb02

    2 Ukrainian troops killed in fighting in the east

    Ukraine’s government say that two of its troops have been killed in the country’s industrial east as both government forces and rebels reported shelling on their positions overnight …read more Source: The Daily...

    2 Ukrainian troops killed in fighting in the east
    Feb02

    2 Ukrainian troops killed in fighting in the east

    Ukraine’s government say that two of its troops have been killed in the country’s industrial east as both government forces and rebels reported shelling on their positions overnight. The Ukrainian … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    2 Ukrainian troops killed in fighting in the east
    Feb02

    2 Ukrainian troops killed in fighting in the east

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine’s government say that two of its troops have been killed in the country’s industrial east as both government forces and… …read more Source:...

    Putin Heads to Hungary, His 1st Trip to EU Since US Election
    Feb02

    Putin Heads to Hungary, His 1st Trip to EU Since US Election

    On his first trip to the European Union since the U.S. presidential election, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday is heading to Hungary, the nation whose leader has cozied up to Moscow despite Russia-West tensions. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a populist dubbed “little Putin” by his opponents, has been critical of the U.S. and...

    Latvian on trial over role in eastern Ukraine
    Feb02

    Latvian on trial over role in eastern Ukraine

    The ‘Human rights in Ukraine’ website has published an informative account of the ongoing trial in Latvia of Artem Skripnik, 26, who is accused of fighting for Russia-backed rebels in the east of the country. …read more Source:...

    Lithuanian foreign minister calls on all sides to stop fighting in Eastern Ukraine  – The Baltic Times
    Feb02

    Lithuanian foreign minister calls on all sides to stop fighting in Eastern Ukraine – The Baltic Times

    VILNIUS – Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linas Linkevicius on Wednesday called on all sides to stop hostilities in Eastern Ukraine to avoid a human…… …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Ukraine mulls referendum on NATO membership
    Feb02

    Ukraine mulls referendum on NATO membership

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroschenko plans to put NATO membership to a referendum after polls showed 54 percent of the country favored joining the alliance, German media reported Thursday. “Four years ago, only 16 percent [of the Ukrainian people] favored Ukraine’s entry into NATO. Now it’s 54 percent,” Funke Mediengruppe quoted...

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Plans Vote on NATO Membership, Media Group Says
    Feb02

    Ukraine’s Poroshenko Plans Vote on NATO Membership, Media Group Says

    BERLIN – Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko plans a referendum on whether Ukraine should join the NATO alliance, given polls that show 54 percent of Ukrainians now favor such a move, Germanys Funk …read more Source: Big News...

    Putin heads to Hungary, his 1st trip to EU since US election
    Feb02

    Putin heads to Hungary, his 1st trip to EU since US election

    MOSCOW (AP) — On his first trip to the European Union since the U.S. presidential election, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday is heading to Hungary, the nation whose leader has cozied up to Moscow despite Russia-West tensions. Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a populist dubbed “little Putin” by his opponents, has been critical of...

    Putin heads to Hungary, his 1st trip to EU since US election
    Feb02

    Putin heads to Hungary, his 1st trip to EU since US election

    MOSCOW (AP) — On his first trip to the European Union since the U.S. presidential election, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday is heading to Hungary, the nation whose leader has cozied up to Moscow despite Russia-West tensions. U.S. President Donald Trump has promised to mend ties with Russia, which have sunk to post-Cold War lows over...