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     ·  Ukraine: cutting graft top priority to reach new bailout (Yahoo/AP)
     ·  Ukrainian prime minister calls on members of UN Security Council to meet following deadly Mariupol shelling (+VIDEO) (Ukraine Today)
     ·  Putin Seen Declaring War on Kyiv the Only Way He Can By Blaming Ukraine (Window on Eurasia)
     ·  Filatov: Commercial courts will keep power, judges to be more accountable (Kyiv Post)
     ·  At Least 10 Killed in Rocket Attack on Port City in Eastern Ukraine [Mariupol] (The New York Times)
     ·  Ukraine rebels announce new offensive as rockets kill 30 (Yahoo/AP)
     ·  Rockets rain on eastern Ukrainian port city, killing at least 20 (Mashable)
     ·  Mariupol's city mayor and authorities evaluate damages after shelling (Ukrinform)
     ·  Shelling in Mariupol: 27 people killed, 97 wounded (UPDATE) (Kyiv Post)
     ·  Putin responsible for killed civilians in Mariupol - Turchynov (Ukrinform)
     ·  Putin Wants to Break Ukraine Not Seize the Donbas, Moscow Analysts Say [BRAMA: What's the diff? Breaking Ukraine and making it a vassal of Moscow, or breaking it apart and absorbing it piece by piece as some new republic within Russia amounts to the same thing: Russia wants to control Ukraine.] (Window on Eurasia)
     ·  Rebel shelling kills up to 10 people in east Ukrainian city of Mariupol: officials (Reuters)
     ·  Eastern Ukraine Is Slipping Back Into All-Out War (Vice News)
     ·  Swedish volunteer with Azov Battalion dies in car accident (Kyiv Post)
     ·  The Real Birth of the Ukrainian Nation (Euromaidan Press)
     ·  Poroshenko left for Saudi Arabia (Ukrinform)
     ·  News Analysis: How Best To Help Ukraine Is The $50 Billion Question (RFE/RL)
     ·  Ukraine Rebel Leader Claims New Attack On Mariupol (NPR)
     ·  Ukraine accuses pro-Russia rebels of deadly shelling in port city of Mariupol (Washington Post)
     ·  EU tells Moscow to 'assume its responsibility' in Ukraine war (Yahoo/AFP)
     ·  Statement by the Trilateral Contact Group: ongoing hostilities in eastern Ukraine should be stopped immediately (OSCE)
     ·  Crimean Tatar rights activist deported from his native Crimea (KHPG)
     ·  Rockets Target Mariupol In Rebels' Eastern Ukraine Offensive (RFE/RL)
     ·  Ukraine Live Day Day 341: Russian-Backed Forces Continue Push into Ukraine (Ukrinform)
     ·  OSCE Chief Monitor in Ukraine condemns Mariupol shelling as reckless, indiscriminate and disgraceful attack on innocent civilians, including women and children (OSCE)
     ·  Rockets Target Mariupol In Rebels' Eastern Ukraine Offensive (RFE/RL)
     ·  Statement by the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine on civilian deaths in Donetsk (OSCE)
     ·  [VIDEO] 'Acceleration of Violence' in Ukraine. Atlantic Council Senior Fellow Adrian Karatnycky explains why strong Western sanctions are essential to countering Vladimir Putins invasion of Ukraine (The Wall Street Journal)
     ·  Conductor Gergiev, Geopolitical Casualty (World Affairs Journal)
     ·  Photo evidence of Russian soldiers in Ukraine [+VIDEO] (Ukraine Today)
     ·  Latest from OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine based on information received as of 18:00 (Kyiv time), 22 January 2015 (OSCE)
     ·  Free Nadia Savchenko! (World Affairs Journal)
     ·  John Kerry, Secretary of State: Remarks at the World Economic Forum (
     ·  January 22: Whereas Russias Foreign Minister Lavrov said again, mockingly, that he yet needs to be presented with any evidence that Russian army is indeed fighting in Donbas (Euromaidan Press)
     ·  Davos Diary: Russia Trying to Derail IMF Talks, Says Ukrainian Official [Ukraine Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko] (Foreign Policy)
     ·  Litvinenko inquiry: the proof Russia was involved in dissident's murder (Telegraph)
     ·  Ukraine plans debt talks with all bondholders - finance minister (Reuters)
     ·  War Is Exploding Anew in Ukraine; Rebels Vow More (The New York Times)
     ·  Op-ed: Note to Ukraine: Stop Whitewashing the Political Record (Huffington Post)
     ·  A Deadly January in Ukraine. At least 29 people are dying every day in eastern Ukraine and pro-Russian rebels are only promising more violence (The Atlantic)
     ·  'We're nothing more than bargaining chips' what it means to be Ukrainian in wartime (The Guardian)
     ·  Russia Seeks Political Influence on Ukraine Via the Normandy Group (Eurasia Daily Monitor)
     ·  Ukrainian Separatists Reportedly Abandon Peace Talks (NPR)
     ·  Podcast: The Second Front [Kirill Kobrin, editor of the Moscow-based history and sociology magazine Neprikosnovenny Zapas; Natalya Churikova, managing editor of RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service and host of the program European Connect; and Andreas Umland, a professor of Russian and Ukrainian history at Kyiv Mohyla Academy and a senior research fellow at the Institute for Euro-Atlantic Cooperation in Kyiv.] (RFE/RL)
     ·  Time to rethink Ukraine deal (CNN)
     ·  UPDATE 1-EU to consider raising new Ukraine aid to 2.5 bln euros (Reuters)
     ·  US Deploying Troops to Ukraine to Train its National Guard (
     ·  Op-ed: Thousands of Russian Troops in Airport Push (Newsweek)
     ·  Putin says Ukraine ordered new offensive against rebels. Russian leader accuses Kiev of violating latest truce as pro-Moscow fighters unveil their own large-scale assault plans. (Al Jazeera)
     ·  Op-ed: Doug Bandow: Washington should stay out of the Russo-Ukrainian quarrel [Quote: 'Ukraine isnt important geopolitically...Washington never guaranteed Ukraines security... Vladimir Putin is not Hitler and Russia is not Nazi Germany...'] (Orange County Register)
     ·  Footage Shows Damage at Donetsk Airport [VIDEO] (The New York Times)
     ·  Russia terror alert (Kyiv Post)
     ·  Russia: UEFA may create football league in annexed Crimea (Yahoo/AP)
     ·  Russia Update: Inexhaustible Supply for Russian-backed Separatists Taboo for Diplomats (The Interpreter)
     ·  Russia faces $40 billion battle to stave off banking crisis (Yahoo/Reuters)
     ·  Ukraine troops cede prized airport to pro-Russia rebels (Yahoo/AFP)
     ·  Pro-Russia rebels cement hold on disputed Ukraine airport (Yahoo/AFP)
     ·  Ukraine Live Day 340: DNR Leader Zakharchenko No More Ceasefires (The Interpreter)
     ·  Why speak no evil policy of the Met, Carnegie Hall and BAM is so objectionable (Euromaidan Press)
     ·  Ukraine rebels vow to conquer more territory in war-torn east (Yahoo/AFP)
     ·  Signs emerge of major Ukraine rebel offensive looming (Yahoo/AP)
     ·  Top official: Russians will 'eat less' for Putin (Yahoo/AP)
     ·  St. Petersburg conscripts sent to Eastern Ukraine (Euromaidan Press)
     ·  Ukraine bonds slump after finance minister hints at restructuring move (Ukrainian Journal)
     ·  Ukraine will get 60% of gas needs from Europe, says Naftgaz CEO (Ukrainian Journal)
     ·  NATO chief paints bleak Ukraine picture (Ukrainian Journal)
     ·  Latest from OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine based on information received as of 18:00 (Kyiv time), 21 January 2015 (OSCE)
     ·  Ukraine Talks Tough on Russian Gas as EU Supplies More Fuel (Bloomberg)
     ·  Ukrainian forces fight off attacks by pro-Moscow gunmen and Russian troops on Bakhmutka highway and Troitske (Ukrinform)
     ·  Poroshenko Says Pro-Russia Rebels Paid 'High Price' For Attacks (+VIDEO) (RFE/RL)
     ·  Ukraine Separatists Vow To 'Advance To Borders' Of Donetsk Region (RFE/RL)
     ·  UN Condemns Donetsk Bus Attack (RFE/RL)
     ·  Putin Shrinks Inner Circle, Snubs Anxious Billionaires in Favor of Ukraine Hawks (Business Week)
     ·  In Brutally Critical Open Letter, Russian-Born Scholar Talks Of His 'Overwhelming Nausea' Over Putin's Russia (RFE/RL)
     ·  Belarusian Activists Sentenced Over Euromaidan Commemorations (RFE/RL)
     ·  Putin blames Ukraine's 'criminal orders' for new fighting [was Ukraine separatists to press on with offensive: Interfax] (Reuters)
     ·  Russians will 'eat less' for Putin, top official says (Mashable)
     ·  Dozens Of Ukraine Rebels Killed In Rocket Attack On Captured Airport Outside Donetsk (Huffington Post/AP)
     ·  Death toll in Ukraine conflict exceeds 5,000, may be 'considerably higher' UN (United Nations)
     ·  Germany Sees Last Chance for Peace as Putin Blames Ukraine (Bloomberg)
     ·  Ukraine and the IMF: Bigger and better. But a new bail-out will be no panacea (The Economist)
     ·  How Russian propaganda spreads online [dated 1/19/2015] (
     ·  Donetsk coke plant reported operating at less than 25% of capacity (Ukrainian Journal)
     ·  Airport saga. Renewed fighting in eastern Ukraine makes a mockery of all peace deals (The Economist)
     ·  Talking to Putin about Ukraine Reinforcing Kremlin Leaders Distorted View of the World, Kirillova Says (Window on Eurasia)
     ·  Sinister Remake: Blood and POW Humiliation for the Cameras (updated) (KHPG)
     ·  Ukraine death toll may be far higher than known 5,000 - U.N. (Yahoo/Reuters)
     ·  Security measures tightened at Ukrainian airports, railway stations, power plants (Ukrinform)
     ·  'DPR' leader: No more ceasefires (Ukrinform)
     ·  Ukraine rebel Zakharchenko 'rejects truce talks' (BBC)
     ·  Memorial declares Oleg Navalny a political prisoner [of Russia] (KHPG)
     ·  Crimean librarian fined for anti-Russian books about Holodomor (KHPG)
     ·  At least 1,373 soldiers killed in Russias war against Ukraine [4,838 civilians] (Kyiv Post)
     ·  UN: More than 5000 perished in eastern Ukraine (Ukrinform)
     ·  Ukraine's About to Embarrass Some Investors (Bloomberg)
     ·  NATO Focuses on Russian Violations of Ukraine's Sovereignty (
     ·  Poroshenko: Russian troops backing rebels (Ukrainian Journal)
     ·  German foreign minister reports progress in four-way talks on Ukraine (Ukrainian Journal)
     ·  Rebels parade Ukrainian POWs through shelled city (Yahoo/AFP)
     ·  The Death of Ukraines Cyborg Army. If the United States is really supporting Ukraine, as President Obama claims, then why are Kievs forces getting hammered? (Foreign Policy)


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