Map. History of Europe conflict

29 June 2017
Russia's budget deficit in 2018 will be 1.5 trillion roubles, Medvedev says.
ATO spokesperson: Law enforcers confiscated a grenade and ammo from a Toretsk resident.
Stoltenberg: Great to meet SecDef Mattis @ NATO: a place he calls his "second home". Thanks for your leadership in strengthening the transatlantic bond.
ATO spox: Over the previous day of hostilities, 1 Ukrainian servicemen was KIA, 4 troops were wounded and injured
Colonel Motuzyanyk: Mariupol sector: enemy opened mortar fire at Maryinka, Pavlopil, Hnutove, Lebedynske
Col. Oleksandr Motuzyanyk: Donetsk sector: invaders delivered most intense mortar fire at Kamianka, having fired 40 mortar bombs
French President Macron mocked and criticized for saying his "complex thoughts" don't "work well" with "Q and As with journalists"
Merkel determined to conduct G20 chairmanship to serve Parisagreement. Won't deny rift after Trump decision to withdraw
“NATO is important for Europe but it’s also important for the US” - @jensstoltenberg
US Air Force WC-135C Constant Phoenix - Nuclear explosion detection platform is airborne from RAF Mildenhall
Erdogan events in Germany outside G20 would be 'inappropriate': Gabriel
2nd biggest bank "OschadBank" ATMs are still not working
Economic cooperation in the Black Sea region became the hostage of the Russian aggression - First Deputy Foreign Minister V.Prystaiko
Merkel's G20 ambition: signal of of "unity". World leaders to "take responsibility", stability only through cross-border trade/integration
UK Defence Secretary has arrived at NATO Defence Ministry. UK is stepping up its commitment to NATO and sending additional troops to Afghanistan
35 attacks on Ukrainian positions yesterday. 1 soldier was killed, 3 wounded
Vatican finance chief George Pell, a close aide to Pope Francis, has been charged with child sex offenses
Russian Special Flight Squadron Presidential Airborne Command Post Tu214PU is airborne from Moscow VKO
FSB held special operation to get "Shaltai-Boltai" archive from Kyiv to Moscow
Fmr NATO Amb. on Russia: "I find it dismaying and objectionable that Pres. Trump continues to deny the undeniable."
Reports of renewed clashes in Northern Donetsk area this evening: Avdiivka, Makiyivka, North Donetsk city
Opening of the bridge in Kryms'ke which connected the village to road Serverodonets'k-Tryokhizbenka
Russian chatter heard in video from recent clashes in Eastern Ghouta (48th second)
Russian chatter heard in video from recent clashes in Eastern Ghouta (48th second)
Air ambulance just arrived at Kings Cross
@SpeakerRyan: My Nordic and Baltic counterparts and I are determined to work together toward a more safe and secure future for this generation and the next.
Three fire engines, police van, ambulance and helicopter in Kings Cross - smart car came off the road (lost control) and smashed into a store
Hungarian police took away license of Aurora, a Jewish community center known for supporting NGOs. Protest planned for tonight.
6 arrests (4 in Spain, 1 in Germany and 1 in UK) on suspicion of belonging to ISIS
Petya.2017 is a wiper not a ransomware. More Shamoon than WannaCry
Trump accepts Macron invite to France
Former Montenegro ambassador tells Senate intel 2 Russian agents have been charged in plot to overthrow his country's govt and assassinate PM
LNR says Russian citizen Viktor Ageyev, who was captured by Ukrainian troops, is a "citizen of the LNR".
Moscow preparing retaliation to arrest of its diplomatic property in U.S.- Russian foreign ministry
Latest cyberattack similar to WannaCry, but maybe 'more sophisticated': Europol
Half of jurors in Boris Nemtsov murder trial are in favour of leniency towards the defendants.
In Kachkanar, Sverdlovsk region, ~500-700 residents joined a protest against plans dismissals of workers
Police say 60 companies are helping with investigation into Grenfell tower blaze, companies not under investigation
80 people died or are missing presumed dead after Grenfell Tower fire, no one survived blaze in 23 of 129 apartments - police
In Petersburg have arrested the alleged member of "Hizb ut-Tahrir"
Updated Ukraine travel alert from @StateDept warns US citizens "to avoid all travel to Crimea and eastern regions of Donetsk and Luhansk."
The employee of security Service of Ukraine, Colonel Yuri Voznyi was killed yesterday at Donbas
Head of the Pridnestrovian Moldavian Republic in 2011-2016 Yevgeny Shevchuk last night secretly left the region
Bomb squad deployed in Manchester as police evacuate Ashton Retail Park over suspicious package.
The mufti of Chechnya urged to rebuff Iran and spread of Shiism
NATO chief Stoltenberg says cyber attacks could potentially trigger mutual defence commitment
Reportedly GRAD MLRS launches in Western Donetsk
Russian foreign ministry warns U.S. against irresponsible actions like missile attack on Shayrat airbase Syria
Police and ambulance services are at Ashton Retail Park along with bomb disposal experts after a suspicious package was found.
Bomb disposal officers are attending Ashton Retail Park, following reports of a suspicious item
Putin: Only powerful armed forces can defend the country from pressure and blackmail by those who don't like powerful, independent Russia.
UK PM Theresa May is invited to Wrexham to reverse cuts to police budgets, PM responds saying police budgets are protected
Corbyn says cuts to local authority budgets puts public safety at risk
Corbyn to PM: "When you cut local authority budgets by 40% we all pay a price in public safety"
UK PM May: problems highlighted by Grenfelltower have happened over time and under Lab/Tory govts. She appeals to Corbyn to 'work together'
IED blast hit SBU car in Kostyantynivka area of Donetsk region yesterday. 1 killed, 4 wounded
Corbyn asks if further cuts to the Fire Service will now be halted, PM responds that the issue is the implementation of building regulations
UK PM May says Grenfell cladding was not compliant with building regulations
EC Cretu sees link between budget disbursements and refugee relocation in the future. 'Solidarity is no oneway street'
Cladding from 120 Tower blocks tested and failed - UK PM May
Corbyn asks PM whether Grenfell Tower cladding was legal. UK PM says it was non-compliant and they will "get to the bottom of it"
Jeremy Corbyn asks when a Judge will be appointed for Grenfell Tower inquiry, Theresa May says Lord Chief Justice will do so "soon"
Germany's Finance Minister Schaeuble presents draft budget 2018-21. More infrastructure/defence/research spending €14.8 Bn surplus by 2021
Theresa May says today will be a day of mixed emotions for the families of Hillsborough disaster victims
Sheryll Murray, Tory MP describes acts of intimidation during election period - says not "kinder, gentler". PM says acts aimed at women
"Build bridges, not walls” banner put up by activists in Hamburg ahead of G20 summit
Angela Merkel has welcomed a US offer to resume TTIP trade talks
Prime Minister Theresa May takes questions in parliament
Merkel said she could see lawmakers making the issue a "decision of conscience," voting according to individual preferences
British prosecutors have charged six people over the 1989 Hillsborough stadium disaster in Sheffield, in which 96 soccer fans were crushed to death.
Dozens of child migrants are living in abandoned buildings near the Greek port of Patras, trying to make it to northern Europe
Oettinger: 'Strict spending review in the EU has to be done. Budget cuts unavoidable' Higher membership fees likely
DNR group announces opening of a "mission" in France with Gérald-Hubert Fayard as a "representative"
DNR group announces opening of a "mission" in France with Gérald-Hubert Fayard as a "representative"