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    Ukraine accuses rebels of using Grad missile launchers
    Mar03

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using Grad missile launchers

    The Ukrainian government on Thursday accused Russian-backed rebels of using large-caliber weapons despite a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine that required both sides to pull back those arms. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    Hope Fades for Quick End to Ukraine War
    Mar03

    Hope Fades for Quick End to Ukraine War

    When Russian-backed forces seized public buildings in eastern Ukraine, unleashing the ongoing conflict, many Ukrainians thought the crisis would not last very long. Two years later, with western sanctions and two peace agreements failing to stop Russia’s intervention, the war continues and many of those displaced see little hope that they...

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-caliber weapon Grad
    Mar03

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-caliber weapon Grad

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Ukrainian government has accused Russian-backed rebels of using large-caliber weapons despite the ongoing cease-fire in eastern… …read more Source:...

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-caliber weapon Grad
    Mar03

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-caliber weapon Grad

    The Ukrainian government has accused Russian-backed rebels of using large-caliber weapons despite the ongoing cease-fire in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: FOX...

    Ukraine Accuses Rebels of Using Large-Caliber Weapon Grad
    Mar03

    Ukraine Accuses Rebels of Using Large-Caliber Weapon Grad

    The Ukrainian government has accused Russian-backed rebels of using large-caliber weapons despite the cease-fire in eastern Ukraine that required both sides to withdraw large- and medium-caliber weapons …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-caliber weapon Grad
    Mar03

    Ukraine accuses rebels of using large-caliber weapon Grad

    MOSCOW (AP) — The Ukrainian government has accused Russian-backed rebels of using large-caliber weapons despite the ongoing cease-fire in eastern Ukraine. Fighting in Ukraine’s industrial heartland has intensified in the past weeks as peace talks have reached a stalemate. The cease-fire required both sides to withdraw large- and...

    Ukrainian Pilot Savchenko to Give Final Address to Russian Court
    Mar03

    Ukrainian Pilot Savchenko to Give Final Address to Russian Court

    Ukrainian helicopter pilot Nadia Savchenko, who is accused of killing two Russian journalists, is due to make her final address to a court on Thursday, Russian independent business channel RBC reports. Savchenko was detained in eastern Ukraine by Moscow-backed separatists in June 2014. She is accused of directing fire from hostilities in Ukraine...

    Savchenko’s Lawyers Start Final Arguments At Trial In Russian Court
    Mar03

    Savchenko’s Lawyers Start Final Arguments At Trial In Russian Court

    Defense lawyers for Ukrainian pilot Nadia Savchenko began their final arguments on March 3 in a Russian court where Savchenko has been put on trial over the deaths in eastern Ukraine of two Russian journalists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    74 pct of Russians would vote Putin for next term _ pollster
    Mar03

    74 pct of Russians would vote Putin for next term _ pollster

    MOSCOW (AP) — The latest research by a state-run polling agency says 74 percent of Russians would vote for President Vladimir Putin if he runs for the post again in 2018. Putin was elected in 2012 for his third term in office amid massive anti-government protests. His approval ratings skyrocketed after Russia annexed the Crimean peninsula in...

    Ministers Meet In Paris To Review Progress On Minsk Accords
    Mar03

    Ministers Meet In Paris To Review Progress On Minsk Accords

    The foreign ministers of Russia, Ukraine, France, and Germany are meeting in Paris on March 3 to discuss implementation of the peace plan for Ukraine set up under the Minsk accords in February 2015. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...