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  1. Ukrainian serviceman killed in rebel attack near Mariupol: militaryRead the original story

    1 hr ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    One Ukrainian serviceman was killed and two were wounded in shelling attacks by pro-Russian separatists on Saturday near the port of Mariupol in Ukraine's southeast, Kiev's military said. A military spokesman said rebels opened artillery fire on forces from the government's National Guard at Shyrokyne, a village to the east of Mariupol on the Sea of Azov, despite a ceasefire agreed in Minsk, Belarus, in mid-February.

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  2. Ukrainian serviceman killed in rebel attack near Mariupol: militaryRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Reuters

    One Ukrainian serviceman was killed and two were wounded in shelling attacks by pro-Russian separatists on Saturday near the port of Mariupol in Ukraine's southeast, Kiev's military said. A military spokesman said rebels opened artillery fire on forces from the government's National Guard at Shyrokyne, a village to the east of Mariupol on the Sea of Azov, despite a ceasefire agreed in Minsk, Belarus, in mid-February.

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  3. Ukraine calls for arms supplies as Russian troops worry NATORead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili, centre, attends the funeral in Kyiv on Friday of Georgy Djanelidze, 41, a Georgian fighter of the Ukrainian battalion of Azov who died during fighting against pro-Russian rebels. Ukraine accused Russia of resisting a peaceful end to fighting in eastern Ukraine and called for weapons from its allies, saying it is striving to settle the separatist conflict.

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  4. Russia Carrying Out Large-Scale Black Sea DrillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Sofia News Agency

    About ten Russian warships and vessels of the Black Sea Fleet and aviation are carrying out military exercises , a military official of the fleet has said. Brigades of the Caesar Kunikov , a Project 775-class landing ship, and the Azov missile cruiser are taking part, according to Capt Nikolay Voskresenskiy 's statement quoted by Russia 's RIA Novosti agency.

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  5. "Smart defense"Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Day

    IT IS ALSO PLANNED TO ENGAGE 200 CANADIAN INSTRUCTORS IN TRAINING UKRAINE'S DEFENDERS, WHILE POLAND DECIDED TO TRAIN 50 UKRAINIAN SERVICEMEN ON ITS OWN TERRITORY The past year has been a turning point for both the Ukrainian army and Ukraine as a whole. This country has come back, albeit belatedly, to its previous foreign-policy goals on a legislative level.

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  6. Ukraine, in snub to Moscow, to adopt British war-time symbol, ditch Soviet war nameRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Reuters

    Ukraine, in a break with tradition that is certain to rile Moscow, is ditching the Soviet name for World War Two and aims to adopt the poppy, a mainly British wartime symbol, to mark the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany. The moves, signaled by Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk on Wednesday, marked an attempt by Kiev to distance itself from Moscow's Soviet-style celebrations, planned for May 9, as the conflict with Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine drags on.

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  7. Ukraine accuses pro-Russians rebels of launching attacksRead the original story

    Monday Apr 20 | Newkerala.com

    The Ukrainian military on Sunday accused pro-Russian rebels of bombarding its positions with heavy armament, including missile launchers, which are ostensibly prohibited under the Minsk peace accord signed last February. The rebels were understood to have used Grad missile launchers, along with heavy artillery and mortars of more than 100 mm calibre, which were weaponry that should have been withdrawn in accordance with the separation of forces agreement, Spanish news agency Efe reported.

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  8. Ukraine ceasefire violations blamed on 'unidentified third party' - OSCERead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Russia Taday

    Members of the Special Monitoring Mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation to Ukraine walk past a house damaged by shelling, in the village of Spartak outside Donetsk April 10, 2015. The fragile truce in eastern Ukraine has on several occasions been violated by an "unidentified third party," the OSCE mission stated in its daily report, citing officers of the joint coordination center who were trying to organize a ceasefire.

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  9. Russia warns over arrival of US paratroopers in UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Al Jazeera

    About 300 US Army paratroopers have arrived in Ukraine for training exercises with national guard units - a move that Moscow and eastern Ukraine's pro-Russian separatist rebels have warned will escalate the conflict. The troops, from the Italy-based 173rd Airborne Brigade, are to spend six months training a total of about 900 Ukrainian national guardsmen.

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  10. Kenney says Canadian troops won't be training Nazi sympathizers in UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Canada.com

    Fighters from the Azov volunteer battalion ignite flares during the march marking the 72th anniversary of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army in Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014. The Ukrainian Insurgent Army initially collaborated with the Nazis, believing Hitler would grant Ukraine independence, but then went on to fight both Nazi forces and the Red Army. 169 comments

  11. Russian group to show MH17 fragmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 15 | Seattle Post-Intelligencer

    A Russian veterans organization is planning to display a piece of the Malaysia Airlines passenger jet shot down over Ukraine at a museum. The fragment was given to veterans organization Boyevogo Bratstva in the town Yeisk by residents near the crash site as a sign of respect, the head of the group, Finat Shaikhulin told the Ekho Moskvy radio station Tuesday.

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  12. Catch of aquatic bioresources in Russia up 4.3% YoY to over 1.501 million tonnesRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | AK&M

    As of April 14, 2015, the catch of aquatic bioresources by Russian fishing companies since January 1 increased by 4.3% year-on-year to 1.501 million tonnes, Russia's Federal Agency for Fishery informed. In particular, the catch of aquatic bioresources was 1.108 million tonnes in the Pacific / Far Eastern Basin , 195.2 thousand tonnes in the Northern Basin ; 22.2 thousand tonnes in the Baltic Sea , 26.1 thousand tonnes in the Azov-Black Sea Basin , 5.2 thousand tonnes in the Caspian Sea .

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  13. Fighting in eastern Ukraine flares after winter lullRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Intense fighting flared in eastern Ukraine over the last three days, shattering a cease-fire that held for two months while winter snow dampened the year-old conflict and the early spring thaw mired the would-be combatants in vast expanses of mud. At least six Ukrainian government soldiers were killed in the 24 hours before noon on Tuesday, Col.

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  14. RAS net loss of Donrechflot for 2014 increased 5.34 timesRead the original story

    Friday Apr 10 | AK&M

    RAS net loss of Donrechflot, JSC for 2014 increased 5.34 times to RUB 923.237 million from RUB 172.753 million in 2013, the company reported. Revenue increased by 31.36% to RUB 2.013 billion from RUB 1.532 billion, sales profit 3.05 times to RUB 648.684 million from RUB 212.742 million, loss before tax 4.63 times to RUB 1.14 billion from RUB 246.052 million.

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  15. The Least Among Us: The War in the Donbas Is Terrorizing Ukraine's Most Vulnerable CitizensRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | The Nation

    An apartment that sustained damage from shelling; an 80-year-old woman lives there alone. Oktyabrskaya district, Donetsk On a bluff overlooking the Sea of Azov in the southwest corner of Russia - tucked between the city of Rostov-on-Don and the town of Taganrog - sits a series of six unprepossessing buildings on dirt lot roughly the size of an acre.

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  16. Former NATO commander: A new Russian offensive in eastern Ukraine is 'imminent'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Norwalk Citizen News

    A new Russian-led offensive in Ukraine is likely to take place within the month, the former head of US and NATO forces in Europe warned. Retired General Wesley Clark warned at an exclusive briefing with the Atlantic Council that a renewed Russian offensive in Ukraine was "imminent" and would "most probably" take place between Orthodox Easter on April 12 and Russia's celebrations of VE Day on May 8. Clark said he reached this timeframe by speaking to a number of sources within the Ukrainian military both in Kiev and along the frontline in eastern Ukraine.

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  17. The Least Among Us: The War in the Donbas Is Terrorizing Ukraine's Most Vulnerable CitizensRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 6 | The Nation

    An apartment which sustained damage from shelling; an 80 year old woman lives there alone. Oktyabrskaya district, Donetsk On a bluff overlooking the Sea of Azov in the southwest corner of Russia - tucked between the city of Rostov-on-Don and the town of Taganrog sits a series of 6 unprepossessing buildings on dirt lot roughly the size of an acre.

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  18. 6 Government Troops Killed in Rebel Attack in Eastern UkraineRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 | The St. Petersburg Times

    At least six Ukrainian servicemen were killed in separatist attacks on Sunday in Ukraine's troubled eastern regions in a grim weekend marking the first anniversary of a rebellion against Kiev's pro-Western rulers. Four Ukrainian soldiers died when their vehicle was hit by a shell fired by the Russian-backed rebels as it drove across a bridge in the government-held town of Schastye, 170 km north-east of the big regional centre of Donetsk, regional police said.

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  19. Ukraine's neo-Nazi leader becomes top military adviser, legalizes fightersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 5 | Russia Taday

    Ukraine's Interpol-wanted leader of extremist group Right Sector, Dmitry Yarosh, has been appointed as an adviser to the country's Chief of General Staff. He has agreed to legalize thousands of fighters as an assault team subordinate to the regular army.

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  20. Six Ukrainian soldiers killed as rebel uprising marks anniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 5 | AlertNet

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