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Section: The Wall Street Journal (USA)

      European Leaders Expected to Expand Russian Sanctions
      Jul16

      European Leaders Expected to Expand Russian Sanctions

      European leaders are expected to approve broader sanctions against Russia at their summit on Wednesday, finding that Moscow hasn’t lived up to demands the leaders set two weeks ago to defuse the fighting that has gripped eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Cargo Plane Shot Down
      Jul14

      Ukraine Cargo Plane Shot Down

      Ukraine said a powerful rocket probably fired from Russian territory downed a Ukrainian military cargo plane close to the border in a region where fighting with pro-Russia rebels has intensified. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Rebel Attacks Dent Ukrainian Military
      Jul12

      Rebel Attacks Dent Ukrainian Military

      Ukrainian government troops were on high alert in anticipation of further attacks after one of the bloodiest days of conflict since last month’s cease-fire, as neither Kiev nor the pro-Russia separatists showed signs of backing down. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      S&P Affirms Germany, Lifts Ukraine Outlook
      Jul11

      S&P Affirms Germany, Lifts Ukraine Outlook

      Standard & Poor’s Ratings Services backed Germany’s triple-A government bond rating Friday and lifted its credit outlook for Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Rocket Attack Kills at Least 30 Ukrainian Soldiers
      Jul11

      Rocket Attack Kills at Least 30 Ukrainian Soldiers

      At least 30 Ukrainian soldiers were killed in a rebel rocket attack, marking one of the deadliest days in weeks for the government forces that had been making steady gains against the pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine’s Gains Prove Costly for Towns Caught in Crossfire
      Jul11

      Ukraine’s Gains Prove Costly for Towns Caught in Crossfire

      As the military routs pro-Russia rebels from their strongholds in the east, local residents are reeling from artillery strikes that destroyed homes and killed at least a dozen people. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukrainian Pilot Charged in Russia in Journalists’ Deaths
      Jul10

      Ukrainian Pilot Charged in Russia in Journalists’ Deaths

      A Ukrainian air force pilot was arrested in Russia and charged with being an accessory to the killing of two Russian journalists in eastern Ukraine, Russia’s investigative committee said. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Rebel Stronghold in Ukraine Braces for Its Showdown
      Jul09

      Rebel Stronghold in Ukraine Braces for Its Showdown

      The facade of normalcy is crumbling in Donetsk as the city descends deeper into the vortex of separatist forces that have upended life in parts of eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Says No Cease-Fire Plans
      Jul08

      Ukraine Says No Cease-Fire Plans

      Ukraine’s top defense official said the government has no plans for another cease-fire or negotiations with pro-Russian separatists until they lay down their arms, suggesting Kiev’s confidence as it prepares a siege of the remaining rebel strongholds in the east. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Putin Silent as Ukraine Advances
      Jul08

      Putin Silent as Ukraine Advances

      As Ukraine laid plans for a siege of pro-Russia separatists’ remaining bastions, Russian President Vladimir Putin faced a critical decision on whether to answer rebel pleas for military help. …read more Source: The Wall Street...