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  • Polish presidential candidate vows better ties with Russia

    The presidential candidate for Poland's main left-wing party on Saturday criticized what she called the Polish government's antagonistic attitude to Russia, saying she would be willing to speak directly to Russian President Vladimir Putin. Magdalena...
  • Battle persists for Ukraine railway hub, despite peace deal

    Intense artillery exchanges between Ukrainian government forces and Russian-backed separatists persisted Monday around a strategic town in eastern Ukraine — fighting that threatens to dash a cease-fire deal brokered by European leaders last week....
  • EU puts 19 more individuals on its Ukraine sanctions list

    The European Union has added 19 more individuals, including a Russian deputy minister of defense, on its sanctions list for their actions linked to the fighting in eastern Ukraine, in a move strongly criticized by Moscow. The EU published the list, which...
  • Putin visit to Hungary shows he still has friends in Europe

    Russian President Vladimir Putin travels to Budapest on Tuesday to meet the leader some Hungarians cast as his alter ego — "Little Putin." It's a striking moniker for Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who rose to international prominence in...
  • Hungary says agreement reached on new gas deal with Russia

    Hungary on Tuesday reached a "political agreement" with Moscow on a new gas deal, Prime Minister Viktor Orban's main objective while hosting Russian President Vladimir Putin. Orban, who said only "technical" details needed to be finalized on the deal...
  • Ukraine soldiers taken prisoner in fighting for railway hub

    Under a near-constant barrage of artillery fire, Ukrainian forces and separatist rebels fought fierce street battles Tuesday for control of the strategic railway hub of Debaltseve, a battle impeding implementation of a peace plan. Ukraine denied rebel...
  • Ukraine cease-fire largely holding, Debaltseve still tense

    A cease-fire that went into effect Sunday in eastern Ukraine appeared largely to be holding, although continued fighting over a bitterly contested railway hub is threatening to upend the delicate settlement. The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, France and...
  • Did NSA plant spyware in computers around world?

    Did the National Security Agency plant spyware deep in the hard drives of thousands of computers used by foreign governments, banks and other surveillance targets around the world? A new report from Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab said its...
  • U.S. very unlikely to take plunge on replacing Mexico as world aquatics meet host

    U.S. very unlikely to take plunge on replacing Mexico as world aquatics meet host
    Offering to replace Mexico as host of the 2017 World Aquatics Championships might win the United States big brownie points in the race for the 2024 Summer Olympics – especially since the water event is to take place a couple months before the vote...
  • Jeb Bush on foreign policy: Mistakes made in Iraq; I am my own man

    WASHINGTON Jeb Bush declared Wednesday he's his own man, taking on one of his biggest hurdles if he decides to seek the presidency his familial ties. Speaking before the Chicago Council on Global Affairs, the likely Republican presidential candidate laid...
  • Putin suggests US is sending arms to Ukraine

    Russian President Vladimir Putin is suggesting that the United States is already delivering weapons to Ukraine. At a news conference Tuesday in Budapest with Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Putin was asked how he assessed the possible consequences...