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    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area
    Feb24

    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area

    Officials in Ukraine say that Russia-backed rebels in the eastern part of the country violated a fragile cease-fire agreement and used heavy mortar launchers to fire on Ukrainian forces. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area
    Feb24

    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area

    Officials in Ukraine say that Russia-backed rebels in the eastern part of the country violated a fragile cease-fire agreement and used heavy mortar launchers to fire on Ukrainian forces. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area
    Feb24

    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area

    MOSCOW (AP) — Officials in Ukraine say that Russia-backed rebels in the eastern part of the country violated a fragile cease-fire agreement and used heavy mortar launchers to fire on Ukrainian forces. The fighting in eastern Ukraine comes after the German and French foreign ministers visited Kiev and appealed to Ukraine’s leaders to push...

    Ukraine: Uptick in Fighting in Donbas Area
    Feb24

    Ukraine: Uptick in Fighting in Donbas Area

    Ukrainian officials say that Russia-backed rebels in the Ukraine’s east violated a shaky cease-fire agreement and used heavy mortar launchers to fire on Ukrainian forces. …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area
    Feb24

    Ukraine: Uptick in fighting in Donbas area

    MOSCOW (AP) — Officials in Ukraine say that Russia-backed rebels in the eastern part of the country violated a fragile cease-fire agreement and… …read more Source:...

    West told Ukraine to abandon Crimea, document says
    Feb24

    West told Ukraine to abandon Crimea, document says

    US moved warships out of Russia’s way. Germany urged Ukraine not to fight – newly-published minutes of a Kiev crisis meeting in 2014 show how the West let Putin seize Crimea out of “fear.” …read more Source:...

    Canada to review case of Nazi-era war-crimes suspect
    Feb24

    Canada to review case of Nazi-era war-crimes suspect

    (JTA) – The Canadian government will review the case of Nazi-era war-crimes suspect Helmut Oberlander, who has been fighting to retain his Canadian citizenship since 1995. Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal sent his case back the Canadian Cabinet for reconsideration after it filed its third motion since 2001 to revoke his citizenship, the...

    Ukraine’s groups on security, economic and humanitarian affairs in talks in Minsk
    Feb24

    Ukraine’s groups on security, economic and humanitarian affairs in talks in Minsk

    It is expected that the trilateral contact group will also sit in Minsk on 24 February. …read more Source:...

    Who Might Succeed Yatsenyuk To Be the Next Ukrainian Prime Minister?
    Feb24

    Who Might Succeed Yatsenyuk To Be the Next Ukrainian Prime Minister?

    Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk may have survived a move to sack him last week, but there are still many reasons to believe that his days in power are numbered. After a failed parliamentary vote of no confidence, Yatsenyuk lost three of the four partners from his pro-European coalition whose backing put him in government in 2014. To...

    Ukraine referendum: should ‘yes’ supporters bother to vote?
    Feb24

    Ukraine referendum: should ‘yes’ supporters bother to vote?

    The ‘no’ campaign may be well ahead in the forthcoming Dutch referendum on the EU treaty with Ukraine, but there… …read more Source:...