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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    How to talk about terrorism
    Sep01

    How to talk about terrorism

    Europe’s young people are growing up at a time when the Continent is facing a host of divisive issues: terrorism, austerity, refugees, war in Ukraine, instability in Turkey and Brexit in Britain. As they develop their cultural and political views, they need all the responsible guidance they can be given. The internet can do a great deal to...

    Hollande, Merkel back Ukraine ceasefire deal
    Sep01

    Hollande, Merkel back Ukraine ceasefire deal

    President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel support a deal struck by the trilateral contact group in Ukraine for a general ceasefire …read more Source: Al...

    Ukrtransneft: Odessa-Brody ready for transit of Azerbaijani oil
    Sep01

    Ukrtransneft: Odessa-Brody ready for transit of Azerbaijani oil

    Ukrtransneft, Ukraine’s state operator of oil pipelines has announced about the technological readiness of Ukraine’s Odesa-Brody main oil pipeline, linking the Ukrainian port city of Odesa at the Black Sea and the town of Brody on the Ukrainian-Polish border, to launch oil transits through the Ukrainian territory from Azerbaijan to...

    Hollande, Merkel say back Ukraine ceasefire deal – Elysee statement
    Sep01

    Hollande, Merkel say back Ukraine ceasefire deal – Elysee statement

    President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel support a deal struck by the trilateral contact group in Ukraine for a general ceasefire which must be implemented by the start of the school year, an Elysee statement said on Thursday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Hollande, Merkel say back Ukraine ceasefire deal – Elysee statement
    Sep01

    Hollande, Merkel say back Ukraine ceasefire deal – Elysee statement

    PARIS (Reuters) – President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel support a deal struck by the trilateral contact group in Ukraine for a general ceasefire which must be implemented by the start of the school year, an Elysee statement said on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    Cluster bombs killed over 400 people in 2015, campaigners say
    Sep01

    Cluster bombs killed over 400 people in 2015, campaigners say

    More than 400 people, most of them civilians, were killed by cluster bombs in 2015 in war-torn countries such as Syria, Yemen and Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Britain Will Remain a ‘Dedicated European Power’: Foreign Secretary
    Sep01

    Britain Will Remain a ‘Dedicated European Power’: Foreign Secretary

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson pledged Thursday that the UK would remain a “dedicated European power” even after it left the EU, at an international security policy meeting in Germany. Johnson told reporters at a gathering of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) in the eastern city of Potsdam that Brexit would...

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass
    Sep01

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin joined DW in Berlin to discuss the situation in the Ukraine, where violence has recently escalated. Klimkin is in town for a meeting of OSCE members called by Germany. …read more Source:...

    Working group to discuss access to markets, Belarus’ accession to WTO in Kiev
    Sep01

    Working group to discuss access to markets, Belarus’ accession to WTO in Kiev

    Plans have been made to discuss mutual trade, access to markets, and Belarus’ accession to the WTO, said the Press Secretary of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Experts of interested government agencies of Belarus and Ukraine will meet for consultations prior to the session. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass
    Sep01

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Klimkin on peace in Donbass

    Ukrainian Foreign Minister Pavlo Klimkin joined DW in Berlin to discuss the situation in the Ukraine, where violence has recently escalated. Klimkin is in town for a meeting of OSCE members called by Germany. …read more Source: Deutsche...