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Sea of Azov

16 Dec 2018
The chancellor told her Russian counterpart that measures needed to be taken to ensure "smooth passage" through the Kerch Strait. But stopping conflict in the Sea of Azov wasn't the only thing the two leaders discussed.
1 Dec 2018
A group of 22 Ukrainian sailors was arrested following the clash between Ukrainian navy vessels and Russia's coastal guard in the Sea of Azov on Sunday. They could face long jail terms in Russia. DW spoke to the lawyers.

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