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Section: The Wall Street Journal (USA)

      A Wounded Volunteer for Ukraine Languishes in Rebel Cell
      Aug05

      A Wounded Volunteer for Ukraine Languishes in Rebel Cell

      Maxim Kucheryavy, who had no military experience when he signed up to fight for his country, now lies shot and hungry in a makeshift rebel-run prison in Donetsk …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Claims a Victory and a Setback
      Aug04

      Ukraine Claims a Victory and a Setback

      Ukrainian forces said they had moved closer to cutting off the separatist stronghold of Donetsk even as a number of Ukrainian troops surrendered overnight on the Russian border. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Berlin Blocks Rheinmetall Russian Deal
      Aug04

      Berlin Blocks Rheinmetall Russian Deal

      The German government’s blocking of Rheinmetal’s plan to build a training center for the Russian army goes beyond current EU sanctions, which do not apply to agreements already signed. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      German Businesses Warm to Iran
      Aug04

      German Businesses Warm to Iran

      German businesses are cooling on Russian investments amid anger over its role in conflict in Ukraine while simultaneously warming on another big country hit by Western sanctions: Iran …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Conflict Claims East Ukraine Civilians
      Aug04

      Conflict Claims East Ukraine Civilians

      Military fire killed several civilians and injured dozens of others in eastern Ukrainian cities over the weekend, as urban residents are increasingly getting caught in the battle to regain control of rebel strongholds in the region. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Investigators Comb Ukraine Crash Site
      Aug02

      Investigators Comb Ukraine Crash Site

      Experts returned to the Flight 17 crash site for a second successive day, even as Ukrainian government troops pushed on with their offensive. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      EU Finalizes Economic Sanctions Against Russia
      Jul31

      EU Finalizes Economic Sanctions Against Russia

      The European Union published the details of its economic sanctions against Russia for allegedly fueling the violent conflict in eastern Ukraine, including a complete embargo of the arms trade between the EU and Russia. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      West’s Sanctions Playbook Faces Challenge in Russia
      Jul31

      West’s Sanctions Playbook Faces Challenge in Russia

      Recent history of U.S. and EU sanctions—including against Iran, North Korea and Syria—suggests that significantly stronger penalties could be needed to change the Kremlin’s calculations on Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      G-7 Issues New Broadside Against Russia
      Jul30

      G-7 Issues New Broadside Against Russia

      The Group of Seven leading countries unleashed new criticism against the Kremlin Wednesday, saying “Russia has not changed course” in Ukraine and has continued to escalate the conflict there, in defiance of international demands and its own commitments. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      EU Places Sanctions on Russian Oligarchs
      Jul30

      EU Places Sanctions on Russian Oligarchs

      Friends of Russian President Vladimir Putin and a billionaire with close ties to the leaders of pro-Russian rebel groups in eastern Ukraine are forbidden to travel to European Union countries and have had their assets there frozen. …read more Source: The Wall Street...