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Section: The Wall Street Journal (USA)

      ‘It’s Capture or Death’: Ukraine Soldiers Recount Painful Retreat
      Feb18

      ‘It’s Capture or Death’: Ukraine Soldiers Recount Painful Retreat

      Lt. Yuriy Prekharya led his 50 men on a 14-mile overnight march through separatist lines out of Debaltseve. As dawn broke, he was among the first of hundreds of soldiers to arrive at Ukrainian forces’ closest checkpoint. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      EU Preparing to Move Against Gazprom
      Feb18

      EU Preparing to Move Against Gazprom

      European Union authorities will soon move ahead with a long-running antimonopoly case against Russian energy giant Gazprom despite the crisis raging in the Ukraine, European Union competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager said in an interview …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Troops Begin Pullback From Debaltseve
      Feb18

      Ukraine Troops Begin Pullback From Debaltseve

      Ukraine began withdrawing its troops from the embattled railway hub of Debaltseve after pro-Russia rebels overran much of the town despite last week’s European-brokered cease-fire deal. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Putin Warns on Ukraine Weapon Deliveries
      Feb17

      Putin Warns on Ukraine Weapon Deliveries

      Deliveries of weapons to Ukraine’s army will only lead to a greater loss of lives in the conflict between Kiev and pro-Russia separatists, Russian President Vladimir Putin said in Budapest Tuesday. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Fresh Fighting in Ukraine Threatens Cease-Fire
      Feb17

      Fresh Fighting in Ukraine Threatens Cease-Fire

      Russian-backed separatists fought street-to-street to oust Ukrainian forces from the strategic transport hub of Debaltseve, further darkening hopes for a European-brokered cease-fire that was negotiated last week. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Truce Fades in Fight for Key Town
      Feb17

      Ukraine Truce Fades in Fight for Key Town

      Fighting for Debaltseve has become the biggest challenge to the cease-fire that went into effect at midnight Saturday and was supposed to end months of conflict. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Cease-Fire Strained by Violence
      Feb16

      Ukraine Cease-Fire Strained by Violence

      Ukraine’s 36-hour-old cease-fire came under pressure as fighting blazed around a contested eastern city and elsewhere, with both sides warning the violence is too intense to begin pulling back heavy weapons as mandated. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Japan Stocks Gain on GDP Data
      Feb16

      Japan Stocks Gain on GDP Data

      Stocks in Japan were up with the country pulling out of a recession in the final months of 2014, although the latest conflicting stories out of Greece and Ukraine kept a cap on gains in Asia. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Ukraine Cease-Fire Largely Being Respected
      Feb15

      Ukraine Cease-Fire Largely Being Respected

      The cease-fire between Ukrainian government forces and Russia-backed separatists was largely being observed on its first day despite sporadic exchanges of fire, the head of an international monitoring mission said. …read more Source: The Wall Street...

      Both Sides Vow to Abide Uneasy Truce in Ukraine
      Feb15

      Both Sides Vow to Abide Uneasy Truce in Ukraine

      Kiev and Russia-backed separatists warily ordered their forces to abide by a cease-fire as it took effect, even after fighting had surged in the days and hours before the truce deadline. …read more Source: The Wall Street...