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New round of Ukraine talks to be held in Minsk, Belarus
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New round of Ukraine talks to be held in Minsk, Belarus

New round of talks on Ukraine will be held in Minsk, the Belarusian capital.

Russian President Putin accuses Europe of ignoring Ukraine army
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Russian President Putin accuses Europe of ignoring Ukraine army

Russian President Vladimir Putin accused Europe on Monday of ignoring the Ukrainian army "directly targeting" civilians in eastern Russia

Ukraine's soldiers are fighting against Russian tanks, says Kiev military
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Ukraine's soldiers are fighting against Russian tanks, says Kiev military

Ukraine's troops on Monday were battling a Russian tank contingent in the eastern city of Lugansk, Kiev said.

Russia has no right to send vehicles, people into Ukraine: White House
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Russia has no right to send vehicles, people into Ukraine: White House

The White House said it could not confirm reports that Ukraine had disabled vehicles in a Russian convoy inside Ukraine and warned Moscow that any intervention into Ukraine without Kiev's permission was unacceptable.

Ukraine: Shelling kills three civilians, injures five in rebel stronghold
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Ukraine: Shelling kills three civilians, injures five in rebel stronghold

The latest deaths come as Ukraine's military says it is gearing up to retake the main insurgent bastion in the east, after a month of solid advances saw government forces encircle insurgents hunkered there.

US sanctions against Russia effective, rebels no match for Ukraine army: Obama
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US sanctions against Russia effective, rebels no match for Ukraine army: Obama

President Barack Obama says that US sanctions levied against Russia over its actions in Ukraine are working.

Indian Embassy in Kiev urges students to postpone travel to Ukraine
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Indian Embassy in Kiev urges students to postpone travel to Ukraine

The Indian Embassy in Kiev advised Indian students planning to return for their new academic year in institutions in Ukraine to postpone their travel.

Malaysia pleads for protection of flight MH17 disaster site in Ukraine
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Malaysia pleads for protection of flight MH17 disaster site in Ukraine

Malaysia issued an impassioned plea Saturday for the MH17 disaster site in Ukraine to be protected from tampering, saying evidence was being compromised in what it called a "betrayal of the lives that were lost."

Russia, Ukraine play blame game over shooting down of MH17 flight
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Russia, Ukraine play blame game over shooting down of MH17 flight

Russia fought back on Saturday against claims of its involvement in the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jet MH17 in rebel-held eastern Ukraine, instead implying that the government in Kiev might be responsible.

Kiev's assault against separatists responsible for MH17 crash: Putin
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Kiev's assault against separatists responsible for MH17 crash: Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday said Ukraine bore responsibility for the downing of MH17 in the country's east.

Ukraine crisis: US sanctions will backfire, says Putin
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Ukraine crisis: US sanctions will backfire, says Putin

Putin warned Washington that the sanctions will backlash against American companies working in Russia.

Europe's reluctance to slap tougher sanctions on Putin frustrates US
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Europe's reluctance to slap tougher sanctions on Putin frustrates US

While Obama has put a premium on responding to the provocations in coordination with Europe, the White House has grown increasingly frustrated with the continent's reluctance to impose sanctions on Russian economic sectors.

US imposes fresh sanctions on Russia's banks, defence companies
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US imposes fresh sanctions on Russia's banks, defence companies

The United States on Wednesday imposed its most wide-ranging sanctions yet on Russia's economy.

Airstrike in eastern Ukraine leaves 11 civilians dead
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Airstrike in eastern Ukraine leaves 11 civilians dead

An airstrike in eastern Ukraine sent an apartment building crumpling to the ground on Tuesday, killing at least 11 people.

Ukraine rejects peace talks with pro-Russian rebels until they disarm
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Ukraine rejects peace talks with pro-Russian rebels until they disarm

Ukraine rejected talks with pro-Russian rebels on a truce to halt a bloody insurgency convulsing the ex-Soviet nation until they laid down their arms.

Ukraine set to sign EU accord as rebels free OSCE observers
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Ukraine set to sign EU accord as rebels free OSCE observers

Ukraine is set to sign an EU agreement pulling his country out of Moscow's reach as pro-Russian rebels freed four OSCE observers after 31 days in captivity.

Ukraine: Four abducted OSCE observers freed by pro-Russian rebels
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Ukraine: Four abducted OSCE observers freed by pro-Russian rebels

Four OSCE observers who were abducted on 26 May by pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine have been freed and have arrived at a hotel in Donetsk.

Pro-Russian rebels continue attacking Ukraine after ceasefire: Poroshenko
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Pro-Russian rebels continue attacking Ukraine after ceasefire: Poroshenko

Ukraine's leader has told Joe Biden that Russian-backed separatists continue to attack Ukrainian forces despite a unilateral ceasefire declaration.

Ukraine prez issues 14-point peace plan to curb insurgency
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Ukraine prez issues 14-point peace plan to curb insurgency

The publication of the 14-point initiative followed two phone conversations in 72 hours between President Petro Poroshenko and Russia's Vladimir Putin, which highlighted the Kremlin's lingering influence over its smaller western neighbour.

Ukraine says it has regained control of border with Russia
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Ukraine says it has regained control of border with Russia

Ukraine's forces have restored control of the border with Russia and can now prevent military equipment being brought across the frontier to support pro-Russian separatists.