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NATO calls on Russia to stop violence in Ukraine
NATO chief says Russia must end the violence as both sides move heavy artillery close to front line.
In Poland, a challenge to integrate ‘invisible’ Ukrainian refugees
Increased demand for visas met with higher rejection rate by government in Warsaw
Ukraine: Two soldiers killed as rebel attacks intensify
Government troops accuse Russia-backed rebels of using heavy weapons as separatists report one fighter’s death.
Follow the latest developments as Ukraine attempts to deal with pro-Russian separatists in the country’s east.
Ukraine: Russia backs 7-day unilateral ceasefire plan
Visiting Kiev, foreign ministers of Germany and France announce Russia’s commitment on behalf of separatist leaders.
What does the West want from Ukraine?
Experts say there’s motivation beyond altruism for the US and EU trying to forge closer ties with the country in crisis
Brothers no more
Two years after Ukraine’s Euromaidan protests began, we examine a country in turmoil and a people divided.
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Jewish News One, or JN1, was an international news network covering world news with a focus and organisers called it the first global 24/7 Jewish news channel. However, JN1 was more commonly referred to as the “Jewish al Jazeera”. It was closed in April 2014, being replaced by Ukraine News One. As of April 2015
Ukraine: Civilians caught in crossfire as shelling intensifies
Ukraine has accused pro-Russian forces of resuming heavy artillery attacks on government troops in the town of Avdiivka. Residents says they have had no heat…
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Fresh outburst of violence in eastern Ukraine
Fighting has escalated in eastern Ukraine between government soldiers and separatist rebels backed by Russia. Dozens have been killed in clashes near the town of Avdiivka since Sunday. Al Jazeera’s Rory Challands reports.
Braced for WAR: Putin sends warships to Crimea as Ukraine begins missile tests
VLADIMIR Putin’s warships have been dispatched to Crimea’s western coastline in response to the start of ukrainian missile tests nearby, as tensions in the region reach fever pitch.
AP photographer Burhan Ozbilici has won the 2017 World Press Photo competition for his image of the assassin of Russia’s ambassador to Turkey. In the photo mevlut mert altintas shouted after shooting andrei karlov at an art gallery in Ankara, Turkey, on Dec. 19, last year. Read more here. Found a spelling error? Let us know …
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Ukraine’s foreign minister and a prominent opposition leader clash face to face at a security summit in Munich as unrest in Ukraine continues.
Rebels film Russian actor firing machine gun at Ukraine
Action star Mikhail Porechenkov says ammunition was blank and video was staged.
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