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    Ukraine lacks sufficient gas for winter
    Kiev, Oct 23 : Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk has said his country lacks sufficient natural gas for winter.

    Ukraine lacks sufficient gas for winter: PM
    Kiev, Oct 22 : Ukraine's Prime Minister Arseny Yatsenyuk Wednesday said his country lacks sufficient natural gas for winter.

    Poroshenko, Putin stress value of ceasefire in East Ukraine
    Kiev, Oct 22 : Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin underlined the importance of ceasefire in eastern Ukraine during a phone conversation Tuesday, Ukrainian presidential press service said.

    Solovakia, Germany discuss Russian gas, Ukraine
    Bratislava, Oct 21 : Slovakia and Germany discussed the gas supplies from Russia and situation in Ukraine, as German chancellor Angela Merkel arrived in the country Monday.

    Kiev reports more casualties in eastern Ukraine fighting
    Kiev, Oct 20 : Ukrainian officials Monday reported more deaths among government troops and independence-seeking insurgents over the past 24 hours in the conflict in eastern Ukraine.

    German intelligence blames pro-Russian separatists for downing of ...
    Sydney, Oct 20 : German Intelligence authorities have blamed pro-Russian separatists for the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine due to the use of missiles captured from government forces, said reports.

    Meet world's strongest man who can pull 12 ton bus with his teeth
    London, Oct 19 : A man from Ukraine, who is a real life Hercules, is probably world's strongest man, as he can pull a double-decker 12 ton bus with his teeth.

    Less Russians on Goan beaches this season
    By Mayabhushan Nagvenkar, Panaji, Oct 19 : Russian tourist arrivals in Goa are expected to drop by nearly 20 percent this season due to a mix of factors, including the European economic crisis, Russian tour operators going bankrupt and the Ukraine-Russia conflict, according to a top official of the ...

    Toll in Ukraine conflict exceeds 3,700
    Moscow, Oct 18 : The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has said that the death toll in eastern Ukraine has risen to 3,707 due to the ongoing unrest in the region.

    EU, Russia, Ukraine to hold meeting on gas dispute
    Brussels, Oct 18 : The European Union(EU) said Friday a trilateral meeting on gas supply between the EU, Russia and Ukraine was scheduled for Tuesday in Brussels.

    Russia, EU, Ukraine to continue gas talks next week
    Moscow, Oct 17 : Russia, the European Union (EU) and Ukraine will continue talks next week to settle the gas crisis, European Commission (EC) President Jose Manuel Barroso said Friday.

    Putin-Poroshenko meeting positive but misunderstandings remain
    London, Oct 17 : Russian President Vladimir Putin met his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko Friday and the two leaders discussed the eastern Ukraine crisis.

    Ukraine signs law on special status
    Moscow, Oct 17 : Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a law on a special status for the Donetsk and Luhansk regions.

    Putin to meet Ukraine's president over crisis
    London, Oct 17 : Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to meet his Ukrainian counterpart Petro Poroshenko Friday to discuss the eastern Ukraine crisis.

    Putin promises not to create gas crisis in Europe
    Belgrade, Oct 17 : Russian President Vladimir Putin Thursday said the country would not create a gas crisis in Europe, but would react to any attempts to steal gas from pipes that run through Ukraine.

    EU, Asian leaders kick off summit with eye on Ukraine
    Milan, Oct 16 : Leaders of the European Union (EU) and Asian nations began a two-day summit Thursday to address issues of economic cooperation and of international significance, such as climate change and human rights, with special attention to the conflict in Ukraine.

    Three government soldiers killed in eastern Ukraine
    Kiev, Oct 16 : At least three government soldiers have been killed in fighting with independence-seeking insurgents over the past 24 hours in eastern Ukraine, authorities said Thursday.

    Fresh clashes reported in eastern Ukraine
    Kiev, Oct 16 : The Ukrainian military command Thursday reported fresh clashes in the east of the country and accused pro-Russian separatists of breaching the ceasefire agreement signed Sep 5 in the Belarusian capital of Minsk.

    India, Finland appeal for end of war in Ukraine
    Helsinki, Oct. 15 : Finland President Sauli Niinisto on Wednesday said that in his discussion with President Pranab Mukherjee, both leaders agreed that the war in Ukraine should end completely. "Unfortunately the United Nations hasn't been capable of giving a clear answer to situation in Syria or ...

    MH17 victims' belongings to be transferred to Netherlands
    Kiev, Oct 15 : Two trucks loaded with personal belongings of the victims aboard the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17 arrived Wednesday in Ukraine's government-controlled eastern city of Kharkov before being transferred to the Netherlands, authorities said.

    Russian hackers exploited Windows flaw to spy on NATO, Ukraine: Report
    Washington, Oct 15 : A report claims that a group of Russian hackers, intending to spy on NATO and the Ukrainian government, exploited a flaw in Microsoft's Windows operating system.

    36 detained for attacking police in Ukraine
    Kiev, Oct 15 : A total of 36 people were detained in Kiev after a group of unidentified men attacked the police near Ukraine's parliament, authorities said.

    Five killed in shelling on Ukrainian town
    Kiev, Oct 14 : At least five civilians were killed and 10 others injured during renewed shelling on the outskirts of the port city of Mariupol in eastern Ukraine, authorities said Tuesday.

    Russian cyber spies target NATO, Ukraine: Report
    Madrid, Oct 14 : Russian hackers have exploited a vulnerability in Microsoft Windows to spy on NATO, the Ukrainian government and companies in the energy and telecommunications sectors, according to cyber intelligence firm iSIGHT Partners.

    Abbott says will 'shirt-front' Putin on MH17 'culpability' at G20 ...
    Melbourne, Oct 13 : Referring to the death of 28 Australians aboard Malaysian Airlines flight MH17, which was shot down by rebels in Ukraine, Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has reportedly declared that he will "shirt-front" Russian President Vladimir Putin about the same at the G20 summit.

    Ukraine's Donetsk Republic offers support to MH17 investigation
    Moscow, Oct 13 : Eastern Ukraine's self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic's prime minister Alexander Zakharchenko Monday said that he and his people are ready to offer support to international teams investigating the crash of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17.

    Invasive species threaten British aquatic biosecurity
    London, Oct 13 : With five of the most high-risk freshwater invaders from the Ponto-Caspian region around Turkey and Ukraine now discovered in the Wraysbury river in London, Britain faces serious threat to its national biosecurity, says a study.

    Belarus wants CIS to stop bloodshed in Ukraine
    Minsk, Oct 11 : Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has called on the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) to focus on tackling security issues in Ukraine within CIS instead of making European countries solely responsible for them.

    MH17 flight's 10 more victims identified
    The Hague, Oct 11 : Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte Friday said 10 more victims of the MH17 flight disaster in eastern Ukraine were identified this week, pushing the tally of total identified people to 272.

    Three killed in eastern Ukraine shelling
    Kiev, Oct 10 : Three civilians were killed and five others wounded during artillery shelling in Ukraine's eastern city of Donetsk, authorities said Friday.

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