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  • Ex-Ukraine minister arrested in Spain for embezzlement

    Spanish police have arrested former Ukraine finance minister Yuri Kolobov, who is accused of embezzling millions of euros in state funds. A Civil Guard statement Thursday said Kolobov was detained in the eastern coastal town of Altea where he is believed...
  • Ukraine bans Russian media outlets from official events

    Russian news agency Tass says that Russian media outlets are no longer granted access to official events in Ukraine. Tass quoted an unidentified Ukrainian foreign ministry official as saying, "from this week we no longer accredit Russian media." On Feb....
  • Italian prime minister in Moscow to discuss Russia-EU ties

    Italy's prime minister visited Moscow on Thursday in a bid to repair ties that have been hurt by Russia-West tensions over Ukraine. Most Western leaders have shunned Moscow as relations have plunged to their lowest point since the Cold War. Italian Prime...
  • EU extends asset freeze on ex-Ukraine leader for a year

    The European Union has extended for a year an asset freeze on former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych and others in his administration linked to the misuse of state funds. The EU said in a statement Thursday that its measures target "persons subject...
  • Russia launches military drills in the southwest

    Russia's military on Thursday launched maneuvers of air defense forces in the southwest of the country, the latest in a series of frequent drills amid tensions with the West. The Southern Military District, where the exercises will take place, includes...
  • Poland: Stronger Ukraine army can decrease conflict

    Strengthening Ukraine's army and supplying it with weapons could prevent an escalation of the conflict and would serve Europe's interests, a top Polish security official said Thursday. Stanislaw Koziej, the head of Poland's National Security Office,...
  • A year after Russia took Crimea, stronger Ukraine military braces for long fight

    KIEV, Ukraine The irony of a year of war with Russia is that Ukraine today is far better prepared to defend itself than it was last March, after Russian troops invaded the Crimean peninsula. It's been a year of hard lessons and costs that few thought...
  • US official: Obama still weighing sending arms to Ukraine

    Both Republican and Democratic members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday stepped up pressure on the Obama administration to support Ukraine with weapons to defend against attacks from pro-Russian rebels. "To not decide is to decide,"...
  • Slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov buried as thousands pay final respects

    Slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov buried as thousands pay final respects
    Thousands of people clutching flowers and candles lined up Tuesday on a typically bleak, gray afternoon to pay their last respects to Boris Nemtsov, the charismatic politician and opposition leader who was gunned down last week in the shadow of the...
  • As Nemtsov buried, Russian opposition faces gloomy future

    After paying their final tributes Tuesday to slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, many members of Russia's beleaguered opposition are looking into the future with gloom. The sadness and loss that drew thousands to Nemtsov's funeral is unlikely to add...
  • Easton church unites during Ukrainian crisis

    Easton church unites during Ukrainian crisis
    More than a year has passed since gathering of Maidan in Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. The yearning of Ukrainians for democratic freedoms and alliance with Europe developed into a continuing bloody confrontation between Ukrainians and Russia-supported...