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Section: The Wall Street Journal (USA)

      U.A.E. Won’t Supply Weapons to Ukraine
      Feb28

      U.A.E. Won’t Supply Weapons to Ukraine

      While the U.A.E. struck a defense agreement with Ukraine earlier this week, it said on Friday this would not include the provision of defensive weaponry. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      U.S. Intelligence-Sharing Leaves Ukraine in the Dark
      Feb27

      U.S. Intelligence-Sharing Leaves Ukraine in the Dark

      The U.S. is providing spy-satellite imagery to Ukraine to help in its fight against Russia-backed rebels, but with a catch: the images are degraded to avoid provoking Russia or compromising U.S. secrets. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Says It Will Pull Back Heavy Weapons
      Feb26

      Ukraine Says It Will Pull Back Heavy Weapons

      Ukraine’s army said it would begin pulling back heavy weapons from the front lines of the conflict in its east, the second step of a peace plan agreed to with Russia and pro-Moscow militants earlier this month. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Russia Has Cut Gas Supplies, Says Ukraine’s Naftogaz
      Feb26

      Russia Has Cut Gas Supplies, Says Ukraine’s Naftogaz

      The CEO of Naftogaz, Ukraine’s state-owned natural gas company, said he had withheld prepayment for March gas payments to Russia because of a cut in contracted gas supplies by OAO Gazprom since Feb. 22. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Dials Back on Forex-Purchase Ban
      Feb26

      Ukraine Dials Back on Forex-Purchase Ban

      Ukraine’s central bank abruptly reversed a far-reaching ban on foreign-currency purchases, one day after imposing the measures in an attempt to halt the hryvnia currency’s free fall. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine’s Central Bank Bans Foreign Currency Purchases
      Feb25

      Ukraine’s Central Bank Bans Foreign Currency Purchases

      Ukraine’s central bank has tightened capital controls further by temporarily banning banks from buying foreign currency for their clients in a bid to stem a sharp drop in the hryvnia’s value. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Gazprom Threaten Natural Gas Deliveries to Ukraine
      Feb24

      Gazprom Threaten Natural Gas Deliveries to Ukraine

      Russia’s state gas firm OAO Gazprom said it would halt deliveries of natural gas to Ukraine in two days time when volumes that Kiev has paid for run out, posing “serious risks” to gas transit to Europe. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      U.S., Europe Discuss Further Russian Sanctions
      Feb21

      U.S., Europe Discuss Further Russian Sanctions

      The U.S. and its European allies are discussing additional sanctions on Russia over its actions in Ukraine, Secretary of State John Kerry said ahead of a meeting with U.K. Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Putin the Improviser
      Feb21

      Putin the Improviser

      The Ukraine crisis is even more alarming than it looks: Yet again, Russia’s strongman is making up his next moves on the fly. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine: Russia Sending Rebels More Help
      Feb20

      Ukraine: Russia Sending Rebels More Help

      Ukraine accused Russia of sending more tanks and other weapons across the border to pro-Moscow separatists, although officials said violence continued to subside. …read more Source: The Wall Street...