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      Intensified shelling in east Ukraine kills four civilians, soldier
      Jul19

      Intensified shelling in east Ukraine kills four civilians, soldier

      Ukrainian military and pro-Russian rebels accuse each other of latest breach of peace agreement …read more Source: The Globe and...

      Video: A year later, answers on MH17 downing remain elusive
      Jul17

      Video: A year later, answers on MH17 downing remain elusive

      A year after MH17 was downed in eastern Ukraine, questions still remain on who was responsible for the crime …read more Source: The Globe and...

      Prosecutor says still no suspects identified in investigation into downing of MH17
      Jun30

      Prosecutor says still no suspects identified in investigation into downing of MH17

      The flight heading from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur was brought down July 17 over eastern Ukraine, killing all 298 people on board …read more Source: The Globe and...

      Kenney says nationalist Azov group shouldn’t tarnish Ukraine’s image
      Jun27

      Kenney says nationalist Azov group shouldn’t tarnish Ukraine’s image

      Defence Minister reiterates that Canada won’t provide training for controversial Azov paramilitary group seen by some as neo-Nazis and by others as willing patriots …read more Source: The Globe and...

      Kenney says Canada doesn’t have the right weapons to give Ukraine’s army
      Jun25

      Kenney says Canada doesn’t have the right weapons to give Ukraine’s army

      Until now, the official reason Canada has hesitated to arm Kiev has been concern that such a move could inflame the conflict in the east of the country …read more Source: The Globe and...

      Moscow approves vote on restoring statue of Iron Felix, founder of Soviet secret police
      Jun25

      Moscow approves vote on restoring statue of Iron Felix, founder of Soviet secret police

      Referendum’s approval appears to reflect increased readiness by the Kremlin to resurrect Soviet-era symbols amid a showdown with the West over Ukraine …read more Source: The Globe and...

      EU extends sanctions on Russia, launches mission against migrant smugglers
      Jun22

      EU extends sanctions on Russia, launches mission against migrant smugglers

      European Union foreign ministers extended economic sanctions on Russia over its involvement in Ukraine by six months until the end of January 2016, an EU official said …read more Source: The Globe and...

      Russian vessels track Canadian warship carrying Harper in Baltic Sea
      Jun10

      Russian vessels track Canadian warship carrying Harper in Baltic Sea

      Harper was on HMCS Fredericton, a frigate part of a North Atlantic Treaty Organization mission to reassure Eastern Europe members they will be protected should Russian aggression in Ukraine spread to other countries …read more Source: The Globe and...

      Signs of better times ahead for Ukraine’s economy
      Jun10

      Signs of better times ahead for Ukraine’s economy

      Country’s economic outlook has veered between bleak and hopeless since revolution …read more Source: The Globe and...

      G7 leaders talk climate on final day
      Jun08

      G7 leaders talk climate on final day

      The Group of Seven summit enters it’s final day with the official group photo op outside Elmau castle in the picturesque Bavarian Alps in Germany. Talks then moved inside with Canada and Japan attempting to water down a strong G7 statement on climate change and leaders also agreed on keeping sanctions against Russia in place until President...