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1 hr ago | News24

.com | Moscow 'considering targeted strikes' on Ukraine

I do not condone suicide bombings or rocket attacks, but the retaliation in Gaza has to be seen in context of resistance by the Palestinians, says Mohamed Saeed .


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4 hrs ago | Sacramento Bee Newspaper

Fierce fighting near rebel-held city in Ukraine

A Donetsk People's Republic fighter tells goodbye to his family departing as refugees to Russia in the city of Donetsk, eastern Ukraine Monday, July 14, 2014.


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5 hrs ago | The Peninsula

Presidents' meet cancelled as Ukraine violence flares up

KIEV: Escalating clashes between pro-Kremlin separatists and Ukrainian forces yesterday killed 18 civilians and forced the new Western-backed leader to cancel a pivotal meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin at the World Cup in Brazil.


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Sun Jul 13, 2014

Transitions Online

Russian Energy Titans Battle, Ukrainian Asylum Seekers on the Rise

Plus, Tajikistan rounds up hundreds of sex workers and Armenia drives a hard bargain in Eurasian Economic Union entry talks.


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Ukraine crisis poisons Catholic-Orthodox...

The crisis in Ukraine is undermining reconciliation efforts between the Vatican and the Russian Orthodox Church and has shown up Pope Francis's inability to make his peace message heard in the conflict-torn country, analysts said.


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Russia's madman ideologue Dugin scripted fake baby crucifixion in Ukraine

The only "witness" to the alleged mind-numbing public execution is Galyna Pyshniak, who was interviewed in Russia.


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Aeroflot sees obstacles to low-cost Russian air travel lifted soon

Laws preventing airlines from charging for food and baggage - the last obstacles standing in the way of significantly cheaper airfares in Russia - will be lifted soon, the country's largest carrier Aeroflot .


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Daily Mail

Dramatic moment pro-Ukrainian fighters almost kill themselves in...

Dramatic moment pro-Ukrainian fighters almost kill themselves in huge explosion after using too much explosives to destroy key road Pro-Ukrainian fighters almost killed themselves attempting to destroy a key road transport route in the pro-Russian breakaway Donetsk Oblast region - after misjudging the amount of explosives to use.

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Russia Taday

Ukraine urges Russia not to accept orphans fleeing war zones

The children's rights ombudsman of Ukraine demanded Russia send back Ukrainian orphans who cross the border after evacuation from battle zones in the country's east.


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Bellingham Herald

Civilians pay a price for gains of Ukrainian forces

It was the first such attack in Marinka, southeast of Donetsk, the rebel stronghold in eastern Ukraine's pro-Russian insurgency, and appeared to be part of a broader advance by Ukrainian forces in the east on Saturday.


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Sat Jul 12, 2014

Bangkok Post

Refugees flee Ukraine rebel bastions fearing reprisal assault

Thousands of panicked refugees are flooding highways and packed trains heading out of the main remaining rebel strongholds in eastern Ukraine fearing attacks by government forces who lost 30 soldiers to defiant militants.


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Weekday Magazine

Love On The Barricades: Ukraine Crisis Makes Couples a And Breaks Them Apart

Meet Arsen Pavlov, aka "Motorola." Short in stature, and with a gap-toothed smile and a sling around his injured right arm, he is called a "legendary rebel" by Russian media.


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Ukraine- Kiev's Genocide: What's Happening in Slovyansk

On July 5th the news coming from Slovyansk exceeded the horror we knew was coming when the militia departed.


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Weekday Magazine

In Ukraine, Wedding Bells Ring On Both Sides Amid The Crisis

Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty broadcasts in 28 languages. Most of our programs are available on FM and medium-wave frequencies of local radio stations in the countries of our broadcast area.


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Free Republic

More abductions, torture seen in separatist-held eastern Ukraine

SLOVIANSK/DONETSK, Ukraine - Finally free from the clutches of Russian-backed separatists who abducted her, Hanna, a pro-Ukraine activist from Donetsk, tells a dispiriting tale.


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The Washington Post

Welcome to Free Kiev

Last month, Andrei Kuznetsov left his native St. Petersburg and flew to Ukraine.


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Fri Jul 11, 2014

Russia Taday

'At least 30' Ukrainian military killed as militia shell convoy with Grad rockets

Dozens of Ukraine's government troops have been reportedly killed after local militia shelled pro-Kiev military forces with Grad rocket launchers.


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Rebels kill 23 Ukraine troops

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Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Ukraine death toll climbs, but information scant

A body lies on the ground near an apartment building damaged by shelling in Mykolaivka, eastern Ukraine, Saturday, July 5, 2014.


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ABC News

Thousands of Ukrainians Flee to Russia as Army Attacks

Last week, Natasha decided she had seen enough. Her hometown of Kramatorsk, in east Ukraine , was pocked by airstrikes.


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