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    Obama still weighing decision on arming Ukraine forces
    Feb10

    Obama still weighing decision on arming Ukraine forces

    U.S. President Barack Obama signalled Monday he will wait for the results of high-stakes talks on Ukraine before deciding whether to arm the Kiev government, saying diplomacy and sanctions remain his preferred tools to resolve the crisis. …read more Source: The Toronto...

    Residents battle to survive, find heat, food, shelter in eastern Ukraine
    Feb10

    Residents battle to survive, find heat, food, shelter in eastern Ukraine

    At the Trudovskoi bus station in Donetsk, the gossip these days focuses on whose house has been hit by shelling and where you can get food handouts. …read more Source: CTV...

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine Intensified Ahead of Much-Anticipated Peace Talks
    Feb10

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine Intensified Ahead of Much-Anticipated Peace Talks

    The intense fighting, which the U.N. says has killed more than 5,350 people since April, comes ahead of a crucial summit involving Western leaders on Wednesday, as well as peace talks later Tuesday. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Obama Defers to Merkel on Ukraine Talks, Greek Economy
    Feb10

    Obama Defers to Merkel on Ukraine Talks, Greek Economy

    President Obama, in a rare nod to a visiting foreign head of state, deferred Monday to German Chancellor Angela Merkel on two hot-button issues: military aid to Ukraine to resist Russian-backed separatists and the harsh anti-austerity stand of the new government in Greece. …read more Source:...

    Fighting intensifies in Ukraine ahead of peace talks
    Feb10

    Fighting intensifies in Ukraine ahead of peace talks

    The intense fighting comes ahead of a crucial summit involving Western leaders on Wednesday, as well as peace talks later Tuesday. …read more Source: USA...

    Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine
    Feb10

    Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine

    WARSAW, Poland – Defence Minister Tomasz Siemoniak says Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine but says there is little optimism in the west about the outcome of peace negotiations. In interviews for Polish media Tuesday, Siemoniak said Poland has supplied the military in neighbouring Ukraine with some 17 million zlotys (4 million euros,...

    Obama Awaits Outcome Of Ukraine Peace Talks in Minsk
    Feb10

    Obama Awaits Outcome Of Ukraine Peace Talks in Minsk

    President Obama said that he would wait for the outcome of peace talks before deciding whether to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine. …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine ahead of peace talks
    Feb10

    Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine ahead of peace talks

    SARTANA, Ukraine – Fighting in eastern Ukraine intensified on Tuesday ahead of much-anticipated peace talks, with both sides claiming significant advances and the government accusing the rebels of shelling a town far behind the front lines. The intense fighting, which the U.N. says has killed more than 5,300 people since April, comes ahead of a...

    Kerry Tells Lawmakers He’s For Arming Ukraine
    Feb10

    Kerry Tells Lawmakers He’s For Arming Ukraine

    Secretary of State John Kerry told lawmakers during a private reception in Germany that he personally supports sending lethal aid to the Ukrainian military, even though President Barack Obama has yet to make a decision on whether to say yes… …read more Source: Ukrainian Diaspora in Canada and...

    Life under shelling in eastern Ukraine: a battle to survive
    Feb10

    Life under shelling in eastern Ukraine: a battle to survive

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — At the Trudovskoi bus station in Donetsk, the gossip these days focuses on whose house has been hit by shelling and where you can get food handouts. …read more Source: U.S....