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  • Russian missile maker: Flight MH17 shot down by Ukraine military

    Russian missile maker: Flight MH17 shot down by Ukraine military
    The Russian maker of the Buk air defense missile system said Tuesday that it has concluded that Malaysian Airlines flight 17 was downed by an older version of the missile, which isn't in service with the Russian military but is in Ukrainian arsenals....
  • Putin declares Russian military deaths in peacetime state secrets

    Putin declares Russian military deaths in peacetime state secrets
    Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on Thursday outlawing disclosure of military deaths in peacetime, a move apparently aimed at hiding evidence of Russian military involvement in the war in eastern Ukraine. The decree published on the...
  • NATO discusses membership path with Ukraine as fighting continues

    NATO discusses membership path with Ukraine as fighting continues
    At least nine people died over the last day in fighting that has flared in eastern Ukraine as both sides appear to be ignoring a cease-fire proclaimed more than three months ago, news reports from the embattled region said Wednesday. One Ukrainian...
  • Durbin in Ukraine to discuss Russian aggression

     Durbin in Ukraine to discuss Russian aggression
    Sen. Dick Durbin is in the Ukrainian capital of Kiev on Tuesday to meet with top officials to discuss Western support in the face of Russian military aggression, his office said. He met with the country's president, prime minister and other officials and...
  • Conservative's win of Polish presidency likely to boost party this fall

    Conservative's win of Polish presidency likely to boost party this fall
    The old and the young joined forces in Poland to hand a surprising victory to conservative populist Andrzej Duda, whose presidential campaign promises included rolling back the retirement age and wresting control of domestic economic matters from the...
  • Russia and Western nations staging rival air combat exercises

    Russia and Western nations staging rival air combat exercises
    Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered four days of air combat readiness testing on Monday, the third major military exercise staged by the Kremlin in as many months. The drills will involve 12,000 troops, 250 aircraft and nearly 700 artillery...
  • Ukraine to prosecute captured Russian soldiers for 'terrorist crimes'

    Ukraine to prosecute captured Russian soldiers for 'terrorist crimes'
    Two Russian special forces soldiers captured in eastern Ukraine will be prosecuted for "terrorist crimes" committed during a mission of sabotage that killed a government soldier, Ukraine's State Security Service chief said Monday. The capture of the two...
  • Winners of the L.A. Times' 2014 Editorial Awards

    Winners of the L.A. Times' 2014 Editorial Awards
    The Los Angeles Times' Editorial Awards for 2014 were presented Wednesday evening in a ceremony that honored the newsroom's commitment to excellence and to the search for truth. "Ours is a newsroom that’s relevant, passionate and diligently ...
  • Ukraine's plans to discard Soviet symbols are seen as divisive, ill-timed

    Ukraine's plans to discard Soviet symbols are seen as divisive, ill-timed
    Perched high on a hill and standing 334 feet tall, the stainless steel Mother Motherland monument greets visitors to this capital with her stoic gaze across the Dnieper River, where 70 years ago the Soviet army battled Nazi forces in what is known here as...
  • Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Russia's Putin

    Secretary of State John Kerry meets with Russia's Putin
    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry met Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin in a bid to ease badly strained relations over the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, but the tone ahead of the meeting didn't augur well for a breakthrough on any of the...
  • Kerry to meet with Putin in Sochi, State Department says

    Kerry to meet with Putin in Sochi, State Department says
    Secretary of State John F. Kerry will meet Tuesday with Russian President Vladimir Putin and other Russian officials in the southern Russia city of Sochi, a State Department spokeswoman said Monday. The Russian Foreign Ministry confirmed that Kerry...