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Section: The Wall Street Journal (USA)

      Fifteen Killed in Ukraine Shelling
      Jan24

      Fifteen Killed in Ukraine Shelling

      Ukrainian officials said early-morning shelling killed at least 15 people in the port city of Mariupol, which is held by Kiev’s forces, just a day after pro-Russian rebels in the region announced they were pulling out of peace talks and launching a new offensive. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Rebels in Push to Expand Territory
      Jan23

      Ukraine Rebels in Push to Expand Territory

      Ukrainian separatist leader Alexander Zakharchenko said rebel forces would advance against Kiev’s troops to expand their control to the borders of the Donetsk region. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Plans Talks With Creditors
      Jan22

      Ukraine Plans Talks With Creditors

      Ukraine will enter into negotiations with creditors to ensure the country can pay its debts, the country’s finance ministry said on Wednesday. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine’s President: ‘Sanctions Are Working’
      Jan20

      Ukraine’s President: ‘Sanctions Are Working’

      Petro Poroshenko said he’s hopeful talks with Russia will bring an end to fighting with separatists. In an interview with a small group of reporters, he said sanctions are succeeding at keeping Russia at the negotiating table. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      EU Considers Bigger Loan for Ukraine
      Jan16

      EU Considers Bigger Loan for Ukraine

      European Union governments are considering increasing the amount the bloc lends to Ukraine in the medium term. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      EU Considers Improved Russia Ties
      Jan13

      EU Considers Improved Russia Ties

      The European Union could significantly scale back sanctions and resume talks with Russia if Moscow moves to end the crisis in eastern Ukraine, according to an EU discussion paper. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine’s International Reserves Hit Lowest Level Since 2004
      Jan12

      Ukraine’s International Reserves Hit Lowest Level Since 2004

      Ukraine’s international reserves are now at their lowest since early 2004, posing increasing risks for the country’s ability to service debt and steer itself out of the financial crisis. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      EU Proposes Ukraine Fund Boost
      Jan08

      EU Proposes Ukraine Fund Boost

      The European Commission proposed an extra $2.13 billion in financial support for Ukraine, whose economy is in crisis amid the standoff with Russia. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Kremlin’s Aggression Tests Finland’s Balancing Act
      Jan05

      Kremlin’s Aggression Tests Finland’s Balancing Act

      Helsinki nurtures trade ties with Russia that provide vital revenue, but Moscow’s aggression in the region and the turmoil in Ukraine support Finland’s other strong commitment, to a border defense force. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      New Year Presents Key Tests for Putin
      Jan01

      New Year Presents Key Tests for Putin

      The year 2015 will be a test of whether the Russian president has the stamina to continue a military adventure in Ukraine, or seek a rapprochement with the West that might ease mounting economic woes. …read more Source: The Wall Street...