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    Harper, Merkel agree to disagree on Ukraine
    Feb10

    Harper, Merkel agree to disagree on Ukraine

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper and German Chancellor Angela Merkel continue to disagree on whether to provide military assistance to Ukraine in the event of a breakdown of negotiations with Russia later this week. Merkel spent the day on a whirlwind tour of North America, stopping first in Washington before heading back through Ottawa, in an...

    Ukraine launches attack on pro-Russian rebels
    Feb10

    Ukraine launches attack on pro-Russian rebels

    Kiev authorities announce national guard has launched an offensive against pro-Russian separatists near Mariupol. …read more Source:...

    Stephen Harper won’t rule out sending lethal weapons for Ukraine
    Feb10

    Stephen Harper won’t rule out sending lethal weapons for Ukraine

    Prime Minister Stephen Harper declined to rule out supplying lethal military aid to Ukraine if diplomatic efforts to resolve the conflict with Russian-backed rebels in the eastern part of that country fail. “We’ll look at all options,” Harper said, when asked if Canada would be in favour of a shift in aid to Ukraine from humanitarian and to...

    Poland Will Not Send Lethal Weapons to Ukraine
    Feb10

    Poland Will Not Send Lethal Weapons to Ukraine

    Defense Minister: Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine, little optimism over talks …read more Source: ABC...

    Ukraine, Rebels Claim Gains As Toll Rises, Despite Diplomacy
    Feb10

    Ukraine, Rebels Claim Gains As Toll Rises, Despite Diplomacy

    Both sides in the conflict in eastern Ukraine are claiming territorial gains as fighting continues despite a diplomatic push for peace. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine intensifies ahead of planned peace summit
    Feb10

    Fighting in eastern Ukraine intensifies ahead of planned peace summit

    Ukrainian government forces and separatist rebels both claimed to have made gains Tuesday ahead of a planned peace summit involving Western leaders. …read more Source: FOX...

    Defense Minister: Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine, little optimism over talks
    Feb10

    Defense Minister: Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine, little optimism over talks

    Defense 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. …read more Source: FOX...

    Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine
    Feb10

    Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Defense 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 neighboring Ukraine with some 17 million zlotys (4 million...

    Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine
    Feb10

    Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Defense Minister Tomasz Siemoniak says Poland will not send lethal weapons to Ukraine but says there is little optimism in… …read more Source:...

    Pro-Ukraine Forces Report Gains Against Rebels
    Feb10

    Pro-Ukraine Forces Report Gains Against Rebels

    Pro-government forces reported making gains in rebel-held eastern Ukraine on Tuesday, ahead of a key summit aimed at ending the unrest. The Azov Battalion, a pro-Kyiv volunteer paramilitary group, said via Facebook it captured several villages during an offensive toward the border town of Novoazovsk. Kyiv military spokesmen said early Tuesday at...