Ukrainian premier Arseniy Yatsenyuk has told DW that if Russia respects borders and withdraws "terrorists" near Donetsk and Luhansk, the result will be a safer Ukraine. That, he said, would mean a more secure Europe.
An EU plan to threaten Russia with sanctions for its part in attacks on Aleppo was put on hold.
Strongly condemning the lack of international unity in ending the humanitarian crisis in Aleppo, EU liberal Guy Verhofstadt told DW's Conflict Zone that Europe needs an army of its own.
A Norwegian court has dismissed a bid by whistleblower Edward Snowden for assurances he would not be extradited should he visit Norway to collect a rights award. The PEN writers group had hoped to honor him in Oslo.
Skepticism, renewed accusations and a little gloating. Reactions from Kyiv and Moscow after the Ukraine crisis meeting in Berlin offer little hope for a breakthrough.
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