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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 9/2/14 *** Fighting continues to rage in eastern Ukraine amidst a worsening standoff between Kiev and Moscow. Separatist rebels have made several gains on Ukrainian forces in recent days. Ukraine says Russian troops are directly involved, with President Petro Poroshenko accusing Moscow of "direct and open aggression." On Monday, Russia renewed calls for a ceasefire between the Ukrainian government and the separatists. But Ukraine has vowed to continue the fight, saying a ceasefire would mark a Russian victory *** The continued violence in Ukraine comes ahead of a NATO summit in Britain later this week. NATO officials say they plan to approve a 4,000-member force that could be rapidly deployed to eastern Europe in response to "Russia's aggressive behavior." *** Israel has announced what is believed to be its largest seizure of Palestinian land in three decades. The Israeli government says it will take nearly 1,000 acres near Bethlehem to help expand one of its illegal West Bank settlements. Yariv Oppenheimer of the Israeli group Peace Now said the Israeli government is undermining any chances of a negotiated peace *** In the Gaza Strip, a U.N.-backed group says it will take 20 years to repair the damage caused by Israel's recent assault *** More tomorrow


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