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      Sanctions Loosen As Assets Of Yanukovych Allies Elude Ukraines Grasp
      May15

      Sanctions Loosen As Assets Of Yanukovych Allies Elude Ukraines Grasp

      KYIV — For a year after the demise of his boss, former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s deputy chief of staff was barred from the European Union, part of the punishment for the ousted leader … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Merkel Denounces Violations Of Ukraine Truce
      May14

      Merkel Denounces Violations Of Ukraine Truce

      German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said a cease-fire agreement was still being violated in eastern Ukraine on a regular basis. Speaking ahead of talks with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Merkels Remark On Criminal Annexation Omitted In Russian Translation
      May12

      Merkels Remark On Criminal Annexation Omitted In Russian Translation

      Since the Ukraine crisis erupted last year, Western leaders have consistently accused the Kremlin of manipulating media coverage, fudging facts, or concocting outright fabrications to deny its role … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Merkel Putin Hold Talks In Moscow
      May11

      Merkel Putin Hold Talks In Moscow

      German Chancellor Angela Merkel said there was still no genuine cease-fire in Ukraine, where fighting continues despite a shaky truce deal reached in February in Minsk. Speaking alongside Russian … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Merkel Urges More Russian Action to Halt Ukraine Fighting
      May11

      Merkel Urges More Russian Action to Halt Ukraine Fighting

      German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Russia Sunday to do more to urge pro-Russian separatists to abide by a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine and end fighting with Kyiv’s forces. “Unfortunately we … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Merkel To Discuss Ukraine With Putin In Moscow
      May07

      Merkel To Discuss Ukraine With Putin In Moscow

      A Kremlin aide says Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel will discuss the crisis in Ukraine at talks in Moscow on May 10. Merkel will not attend a military parade on … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Russia Says Western Leaders Note Progress In Cease-Fire In Ukraine
      May01

      Russia Says Western Leaders Note Progress In Cease-Fire In Ukraine

      The Kremlin says that Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Francois Hollande, and Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko have noted “certain progress” in … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Merkel Sanctions on Russia Should Be Tied to Minsk Deal
      Apr28

      Merkel Sanctions on Russia Should Be Tied to Minsk Deal

      German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday international sanctions imposed on Russia over its role in the conflict in eastern Ukraine should depend on whether peacekeeping commitments signed this … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Its Tax Time In Ukraine And Financial Discrepancies Suggest Corruption Endures
      Apr21

      Its Tax Time In Ukraine And Financial Discrepancies Suggest Corruption Endures

      KYIV — Yulia Tymoshenko didn’t have much of an income in 2014. The former Ukrainian prime minister spent part of the year in prison, part of it rehabilitating in the hospital, and much of it in … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

      Ukraine accuses pro-Russians rebels of launching attacks
      Apr20

      Ukraine accuses pro-Russians rebels of launching attacks

      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 … …read more Source: Japan Herald...