Kim Sengupta is Defence Correspondent at The Independent.
23 September 2014 12:29 PM
These are the very early days of a new and dramatic stage in the civil war
Diplomatic Channels: Each side in Ukraine crisis accuses the other of using foreign fighters. But what is the truth?
22 September 2014 07:12 PM
It is a key element in the ceasefire agreement signed between Kiev and the separatists last week that all foreign fighters must leave the country
19 September 2014 05:59 PM
The use of the British hostage John Cantlie in a propaganda video without the threat of immediate violence against him shows that Isis is deeply apprehensive about impending Western military strikes, according to more moderate rebel groups in Syria.
18 September 2014 08:09 PM
Kim Sengupta describes the remarkable sequence of events that led to the capture – and recapture – of journalist John Cantlie
15 September 2014 07:21 PM
There’s no gas. The mines have been bombed. Kim Sengupta reports from Grabova on the bleak winter ahead
14 September 2014 12:00 AM
Putin said to have obtained surprise deal as the ‘price of peace’ in return for ensuring separatist fighters in the east stick to fragile truce
09 September 2014 08:23 PM
Ukrainian separatists insist they are trying to help inquiry team but blame investigators for lack of action
Ukraine crisis: Poroshenko sends defiant message to pro-Russian separatists, but he reigns over a divided empire
08 September 2014 11:56 PM
Kim Sengupta was in Mariupol for Petro Poroshenko’s defiant message to the pro-Russian separatists who have torn Ukraine in two. But just 63 miles away, the opposition’s rally in Donetsk showed the scale of the task to unite the country
Ukraine crisis: Stories from a broken truce - ‘I saw my wife die in front of me. I couldn’t do anything to save her’
07 September 2014 10:42 PM
After only two days, and amid denials by separatists, the fragile ceasefire in Ukraine has been broken
07 September 2014 12:00 AM
In defence of liberal democracy
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