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15:22, 27 August 2014 Wednesday
Ukraine says Russia makes new incursion

The Ukrainian military said that more Russian soldiers had crossed the border into eastern Ukraine, entering the small town of Amvrosiyivka in five armoured infantry carriers and a truck.

15:14, 27 August 2014 Wednesday
London police arrest man over Pakistan politician murder

Imran Farooq was stabbed to death in the British capital in 2010

15:04, 27 August 2014 Wednesday
UK Travelers to Syria guilty till proven innocent

Britain's Metropolitan police chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said "something like" control orders should be re-introduced to address the threat from homegrown fighters.

10:54, 27 August 2014 Wednesday
Anti-EU Farage selected UKIP candidate in 2015 polls

UKIP wants Britain to leave the EU immediately, arguing it will be more democratic and prosperous outside the bloc

10:29, 27 August 2014 Wednesday
No headway on Ukraine after five-hour Minsk summit

Russia and Ukraine have failed to reach a concrete agreement over the crisis in eastern Ukraine after talks in the Belarus capital Minsk.

09:11, 27 August 2014 Wednesday
U N says rebels in Ukraine murder kidnap and torture

At least 468 people are believed to be held captive by rebels, according to the UN report, which covers the period from July 16 to Aug. 17.

09:05, 27 August 2014 Wednesday
Nearly 2 000 Europe-bound migrants have drowned this year

A total of 124,380 boat people - largely fleeing war, violence and persecution, the agency says - have landed in Europe since January, many after being rescued by an Italian navy and coast guard

22:06, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
Ex-banker replaces rebel minister in French cabinet shake-up

President Francois Hollande decided firebrand Economy Minister Arnaud Montebourg had gone one step too far by attacking his economic policies and Germany's "obsession" with austerity.

22:02, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
Putin and Poroshenko extend 'difficult' Ukraine talks

Putin, Poroshenko and other leaders are meeting in Minsk over the conflict in Ukraine, which has killed more than 2,000 people

16:59, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
24 migrants drown after boat sinks in Mediterranean

A further 364 migrants were rescued by navy and coastguard vessels after the fishing boat capsized

16:36, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
MRSA CC398 virus from pigs spreads in Denmark

Some 6,000 to 12,000 people in Denmark are MRSA virus carriers, Danish medics say.

15:31, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
Ex-UK PM Blair advised Kazakhstan on massacre

Tony Blair Associates was in charge of helping Nazarbayev's administration clear its name over the death of at least 14 protesters and injury of 80 others in the town of Zhanaozen in December 2011.

15:04, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
5 7 quake hits volatile Iceland volcano

“Activity is still deep and we see no signs of anything close to the surface,” expert Palni Erlendsson said, despite Iceland lowering its warning code for possible volcanic disruption to the aviation industry from red to orange on Sunday.

14:50, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
Ukraine says detained Russian soldiers were on quot special mission

The Russian servicemen were detained, with their personal documents and weapons, near the small town of Amvrosiyivka in Donetsk region, the Ukrainian state security service said.

12:16, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
Scotland's pro-independence leader steamrolls final TV debate

If Scotland, with its $250-billion (150-billion-pound) economy, 5.2 million people, oil industry, and nuclear submarine base, leaves Britain, with its $2.5 trillion economy and 63 million people, the consequences would be profound.

12:06, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
Christian 'crusaders' traveling to fight in Middle-East

Germany's Focus magazine ran an article titled 'Christian Union against Terrorism' which claimed that so far at least 10 Christians have gone to Iraq to fight.

11:22, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
Russia turns on rock legend over Ukraine concert

Russian rock star Andrei Makarevich has been criticized for playing a concert for displaced children in Ukraine's Luhansk and Donetsk.

11:14, 26 August 2014 Tuesday
German anti-euro party set for gains in eastern votes

Three eastern regions, still struggling to catch up with the richer west nearly 25 years after unification, hold elections in the coming weeks

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