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Abducted US journalist freed in east Ukraine, he tells AFP

Kiev - A US journalist abducted and held by pro-Kremlin rebels in east Ukraine this week told AFP he was freed Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Moldova's pro-Russian breakaway region longs for recognition

Tiraspol - Anna says she is tired of living "in a country that does not exist for the rest of the world".
In the Media by Isabelle Wesselingh, Anatol Golea (AFP)

Ukraine forces, rebels clash in two eastern towns

Kiev - Ukraine's military clashed with pro-Kremlin rebels in two eastern towns overnight, the interior and defence ministries said Thursday.
In the Media by AFP

Murdered politician in Ukraine suffered 'many knife wounds': widow

Donetsk - A local politician whose mutilated body was found near a rebel-held town in east Ukraine suffered many knife wounds, his anguished widow said Wednesday after identifying his body.
In the Media by Yulia SILINA, with Max DELANY in Mariupol (AFP)

From soap factory to commanding a rebel town in Ukraine

Slavyansk - Vyacheslav Ponomaryov says he was running a soap factory when pro-Moscow separatists tapped him to lead them in the east Ukrainian town of Slavyansk.
In the Media by Bertrand De Saisset (AFP)

Two weeks on, Kiev has no answer to separatists in east

Donetsk - On April 6, pro-Russian separatists first attacked public buildings in the east of Ukraine.
In the Media by Nicolas Miletitch (AFP)

Russia accuses U.S. of 'running the show' in Kiev

Moscow - Russia on Wednesday accused the United States of controlling the actions of the pro-West Ukrainian government, saying that Washington was now "running the show" in Kiev.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Russia will respond if interests attacked in Ukraine: Lavrov

Moscow - Russia will respond if its interests are attacked in Ukraine, as they were in South Ossetia in 2008 which led to war with Georgia, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Wednesday.
In the Media by AFP

US troops head to Poland, Baltics to 'reassure' allies

Washington - The United States is deploying 600 troops to Poland and the Baltics to highlight its commitment to NATO allies amid tensions with Russia over Ukraine, officials said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Ukraine president orders military operation restart against rebels

Kiev - Ukraine's acting president on Tuesday ordered a military operation against pro-Kremlin separatists resume, after two "brutally tortured" bodies were discovered in the restive east, one of whom was a kidnapped local councillor.
In the Media by AFP
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