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Paris livid after French lawmakers hold ‘unauthorized’ meetings with Assad, Hezbollah
Four French lawmakers have been slammed by their government and one of them threatened with sanctions and suspension after an unauthorized meeting with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus as well with a Hezbollah member.

26.02.2015 14:09

From Minsk to Brussels, it’s all about Germany
Germany holds the key to where Europe goes next. A fragile deal may have been reached on Ukraine, but there’s still no deal with Greece. In both cases, there’s much more than meets the eye.

13.02.2015 12:38

‘Ukraine is a hot potato’: Why US stood back from Minsk talks?
The US can’t fully focus on Ukraine because it’s dealing with the ISIS crisis in the Middle East and as Abraham Lincoln once said: “One war at a time,” Martin Sieff, columnist for the Baltimore Post-Examiner told RT.

13.02.2015 09:28

16-hour Minsk marathon: Vodka for journos, Merkel’s cell died, Lavrov smokes
From journalists’ sleepless wanderings in the Minsk palace to “buckets of coffee” served to the leaders, RT has gathered most interesting moments from behind the scenes of the epic all-night Ukraine peace negotiations.

12.02.2015 16:58

‘Ukraine ceasefire deal is only first step. Now its enforcement is question’
The Ukrainian ceasefire deal reached during the Minsk talks is only a weak beginning, 10 percent of a path to long-term peace, says Jan Oberg, Director of Transnational Foundation for Peace and Future Research. If it fails, it might lead to disaster.

12.02.2015 16:06

Ukraine peace deal: Ceasefire starting February 15, removal of heavy weapons
An agreement has been brokered in Minsk to stop hostilities in Ukraine from Sunday. The deal was reached after marathon talks between the leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine, and signed by the Ukrainian rebels.

12.02.2015 07:07

Giving ultimatums isn’t the way to talk to President Putin – Kremlin
The Kremlin has commented on media reports of an ultimatum issued by German Chancellor Angela Merkel to Vladimir Putin, saying that issuing such demands is no way to talk to the Russian president.

09.02.2015 15:07

Putin-Merkel-Hollande meeting follow up
The much anticipated Moscow talks, shrouded in secrecy, have raised hopes of a possible breakthrough in resolving the bloody civil conflict that is tearing Ukraine apart.

07.02.2015 05:47

‘US imperial overstretch: Washington reckless in calls to arm Kiev, should put Russia into context’
Washington should stop making dangerous moves, like arming Kiev with US weapons, and must put the Ukrainian conflict into a wider context of crises, cooperating with Russia to solve them, Martin Sieff, columnist for the Post-Examiner newspaper, told RT.

07.02.2015 01:35

Hopes for breakthrough: Moscow talks on Ukraine 'constructive,' joint doc 'possible'
Five hour-long Moscow talks behind closed doors between the leaders of Russia, France and Germany have brought hopes for further dialogue between Kiev and E. Ukraine. The meeting was said to be 'constructive', but peace plan details remain a mystery.

06.02.2015 21:12

Hollande, Merkel go to Moscow to discuss Ukraine without consulting US – report
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande did not consult Washington before deciding to visit Moscow to hold talks on the Ukrainian crisis, a source in the French government told AP.

05.02.2015 21:07

Merkel, Hollande, Putin to discuss end to Ukraine's civil war at Moscow talks
The French president and the German chancellor are set to visit Moscow on Friday after a trip to Kiev, in order to find a peaceful solution to the escalating violence in Ukraine, the Kremlin has confirmed.

05.02.2015 10:24