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  • Experts: Despite pressure, EU sanctions against Russia over Ukraine crisis won't end soon

    EU sanctions against Russia over the crisis in Ukraine are cutting both ways: hurting Russia as well as pinching some big European companies. But economic relief isn't likely any time soon, diplomats and analysts say, since EU divisions make the sanctions...
  • EU offers Ukraine $2.12 billion in extra loans if it shows results from economic reforms

    The European Union has offered to give extra rescue loans to Ukraine, which is struggling with recession and a costly war, but only if it makes its promised economic and political reforms. The EU says it can give another 1.8 billion euros ($2.12 billion)...
  • European envoys work for Ukraine peace talks as fighting surges

    KIEV, Ukraine Envoys from Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France worked to arrange a new round of peace talks as rebels stepped up attacks in eastern Ukraine and killed four government troops following the arrival of a Russian convoy. The push for new talks...
  • Ukraine says separatists intensify attacks on government positions, at least 6 troops killed

    At least six Ukrainian troops have been killed in more than two days of fighting as separatists intensified shelling of government positions ahead of peace talks expected in the coming week, Ukrainian military officials said Friday. The press office...
  • Eyewitness to history in Ukraine: Front & Center

    Eyewitness to history in Ukraine: Front & Center
    Ukraine became a flash point in relations between Russia and the West in 2014 when protests toppled the government in the former Soviet Republic and ignited a civil war. Russia annexed the country's Crimean peninsula and has been backing separatist forces...
  • Crimea soccer fans deeply loyal to their teams despite tensions between Ukraine, Russia

    Crimea's soccer fans, especially the tough and boisterous young men who frequent the games, are as devoted as ever, even as political tensions cloud the region's teams.  In the wake of Russia's 2014 annexation of the Black Sea peninsula from Ukraine, the...
  • Rachel Marsden: Obama's video-game interventionism is no help to Europe

    U.S. President Barack Obama, the premature Nobel Peace Prize winner, appears to have finally pried himself away from the gaming console and gone outside for some fresh air. Hopefully he'll stay there so Europe can recover from its hangover -- and from...
  • Dave Barry 2014 year in review

    It was a year of mysteries. To list some of the more baffling ones: A huge airliner simply vanished, and to this day nobody has any idea what happened to it, despite literally thousands of hours of intensive speculation on CNN. Millions of Americans...
  • AirAsia jet missing on flight from Indonesia to Singapore; 162 aboard

    AirAsia jet missing on flight from Indonesia to Singapore; 162 aboard
    An AirAsia Indonesia commercial flight to Singapore with 162 people on board was missing Sunday after it lost contact with air traffic controllers, according to the airline and aviation officials. Indonesian rescue teams were searching for QZ8501, an...
  • No military solution to Ukraine conflict, country's president concedes

    No military solution to Ukraine conflict, country's president concedes
    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko conceded Monday that his forces are unable to militarily defeat separatists backed by Russian mercenaries and armaments, and he called for a new attempt at negotiating an end to the fighting at an international...
  • Special Report: For many Russians, a growing list of problems – but not with Putin

    On her third day in a new position at Russian Railways, Elena Kachalina heard a man die. She didn't see the train hit him as he tried to cross the tracks at Saltykovskaya, a station in the heavily populated Moscow suburb of Balashikha, but she heard the...