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    Two-state solution for Ukraine?
    Aug30

    Two-state solution for Ukraine?

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    Why Is Russia Destroying U.S. Cheese, Oysters But Not Snickers?
    Aug30

    Why Is Russia Destroying U.S. Cheese, Oysters But Not Snickers?

    After the West slapped sanctions on Russia, the Kremlin banned a wide range of food from western countries. NBC News’ Alexey Eremenko explains. …read more Source:...

    Russia, Germany, France Call for Full Ceasefire in Ukraine Starting on September 1
    Aug30

    Russia, Germany, France Call for Full Ceasefire in Ukraine Starting on September 1

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande called for a complete ceasefire in eastern Ukraine beginning on September 1 due to the start of the school year. The three leaders issued the call during a telephone conversation on Saturday, the main topics of discussion being the situation...

    Ukraine commemorates anniversary of ‘massacre’ at Battle of Ilovaysk
    Aug30

    Ukraine commemorates anniversary of ‘massacre’ at Battle of Ilovaysk

    The first anniversary of one of the most important battles in Ukraine’s eastern conflict has been commemorated in Kyiv. A “Ukrainian parliamentary… …read more Source:...

    Hollande, Merkel, Putin Back Truce Plan For East Ukraine
    Aug30

    Hollande, Merkel, Putin Back Truce Plan For East Ukraine

    The French presidency says France, Germany, and Russia back plans for a complete cease-fire in eastern Ukraine from next week. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    World leaders agree to hold new summit on Ukraine crisis
    Aug30

    World leaders agree to hold new summit on Ukraine crisis

    The leaders of France, Germany and Russia have discussed the Ukraine crisis over the phone and agreed to hold a new summit in the coming weeks. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s forces held up by red tape
    Aug30

    Ukraine’s forces held up by red tape

    “Of course we want to listen to the radio and hear the news from Kiev,” said Bardan, a Ukrainian infantryman based in a devastated neighbourhood on the northern fringes of Donetsk. “Out here, though, we just tend to pick up stations from Russia and Novorossiya Rock FM.” …read more Source: The...

    Hollande, Merkel and Putin back ceasefire plan for Ukraine
    Aug29

    Hollande, Merkel and Putin back ceasefire plan for Ukraine

    PARIS: France, Germany and Russia back plans for a complete ceasefire in eastern Ukraine from Sept.1, the French presidency said after their respective leaders spoke by telephone on Saturday. Ukraine and pro-Russian separatists, in a gesture to shore up a tenuous ceasefire, agreed on Aug.26 to strive for an end to all truce violations from next...

    Leaders Discuss Possible New Ukraine Summit, France Says
    Aug29

    Leaders Discuss Possible New Ukraine Summit, France Says

    The leaders of France, Germany and Russia have spoken by phone and are exploring the possibility of a summit with Ukraine’s president about the conflict in the country’s east.French President Francois Hollande’s office said he, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Russian… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine’s Recruiting Problem
    Aug29

    Ukraine’s Recruiting Problem

    As violence in the east of Ukraine flares, Kiev is struggling worse than ever to meet its recruiting goals, as Defense News reports: Ukraine’s Ministry of Defense managed to recruit only about half of the 25,000 conscripts it was hoping for, according to Ukrainian Deputy Defense Minister Peter Mehed. The government is implementing its sixth...