World Bulletin / News Desk
Russia's President Vladimir Putin told French President Francois Hollande and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in a phone conversation on Monday that Ukrainian forces must stop shelling in Eastern Ukraine, the Kremlin said.
The phone conversation took place ahead of a June 23 meeting of foreign ministers from Russia, Germany, France and Ukraine, the Kremlin said in an emailed statement.
"The Russian side stressed again the need for shelling of Donbass settlements by Ukrainian forces to stop immediately," the Kremlin said.
The attack targeted a meeting of ISIL leaders in the eastern Deir Ez Zour province
Official results of Iraq’s parliamentary election have been dogged by controversy and allegations of vote-rigging
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Palestinians have been holding mass rallies near Gaza-Israel security fence since March 30
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Administration to no longer require immediate legal proceedings for undocumented adults who cross illegally with children
Trump administration makes request following backlash over its immigration policy
President says he will take ‘preemptive’ action to halt the actions that have drawn widespread criticism