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    Ukraine: running out of money
    Feb26

    Ukraine: running out of money

    Ed AdamczykKIEV, Ukraine, Feb. 26 (UPI) — Ukraine, fast running out of cash, is awaiting the release of promised international financial aid of $40 billion to pay its bills. …read more Source: United Press...

    Ukraine will now start actually pulling back heavy weapons as required by cease-fire agreement, military says
    Feb26

    Ukraine will now start actually pulling back heavy weapons as required by cease-fire agreement, military says

    Implementation of that deal is being overseen by an almost 600 person-strong team from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe …read more Source: Vancouver...

    Ukraine will start pulling back heavy weapons in the east
    Feb26

    Ukraine will start pulling back heavy weapons in the east

    Ukraine says it will begin pulling back its heavy weapons in the east in line with cease-fire …read more Source:...

    Ukraine to begin pulling back heavy weapons in east
    Feb26

    Ukraine to begin pulling back heavy weapons in east

    As a part of the recent cease-fire agreement, the Ukrainian military will start by pulling back field guns. …read more Source: Christian Science...

    NATO, Russia conducting military exercises around Estonia, stoking fears that the Baltic state is next on Kremlin’s list
    Feb26

    NATO, Russia conducting military exercises around Estonia, stoking fears that the Baltic state is next on Kremlin’s list

    Russian and NATO troops took part in rival exercises either side of the Estonian border Wednesday, highlighting fears that the Baltic state could be the next target of the Kremlin’s territorial ambitions. NATO forces put on a show of strength within yards of Estonia’s Russian border, with armoured personnel carriers, tanks and 1,300...

    Ukraine Starts Withdrawing Heavy Weapons From Front Lines
    Feb26

    Ukraine Starts Withdrawing Heavy Weapons From Front Lines

    Ukraine’s military says the withdrawal of 100-millimeter guns “is the first step” in a process that will be monitored by the Organization for Security and Cooperation.» E-Mail This …read more Source:...

    Kindergarten kids with ‘AK-47s’ cause outrage in Russia
    Feb26

    Kindergarten kids with ‘AK-47s’ cause outrage in Russia

    Moscow (AFP) – Pictures of young Russian children posing with mock AK-47 rifles and other weapons at a kindergarten have provoked a storm of controversy, but some defended them as patriotic education.Pictures making the rounds online show boys and girls around five or six years-old posing for cameras with mock-ups of AK-47 assault rifles, a...

    Ukraine will now start actually pulling back heavy weapons as required by cease-fire agreement, military says
    Feb26

    Ukraine will now start actually pulling back heavy weapons as required by cease-fire agreement, military says

    KYIV, Ukraine — Ukraine’s military said it would start pulling back its heavy weapons Thursday from the front line with Russian-backed separatists as required under a cease-fire agreement. The Defense Ministry said in a statement that it reserved the right to revise its withdrawal plans in the event of an attack by rebel forces, however. It...

    Vladimir Putin’s approval rating soars to 86 percent: ‘That figure is made up,’ critic says
    Feb26

    Vladimir Putin’s approval rating soars to 86 percent: ‘That figure is made up,’ critic says

    Russia President Vladimir Putin seems very popular, according to poll numbers, despite a tanked economy and a growing isolation over Ukraine — but that’s because the numbers are fudged, a political analyst said. Mr. Putin’s latest Levada-Center poll numbers indicate he’s favored by 86 percent of Russians, up from 85 …...

    Russia Could Cut Off Gas To Ukraine By ‘End Of Week’
    Feb26

    Russia Could Cut Off Gas To Ukraine By ‘End Of Week’

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia could cut off supplies to neighboring Ukraine by the end of the week if it does not get further payments from the country, a spokesman for the gas company Gazprom said Thursday. Sergei Kupriyanov said in televised remarks that “if no new funds are received from Kiev, then naturally we cannot continue delivering gas to...