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  • Rebels say will order ceasefire in east Ukraine if deal reached with Kiev

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Senior rebel leaders said on Thursday they would order a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine on Friday if agreement is reached with Kiev at talks in Minsk, two rebel commanders said on a separatist website. Alexander Zakharchenko, the head of...
  • The Tallinn declaration [Editorial]

    The Tallinn declaration  [Editorial]
    In the wake of Russia's increasingly belligerent behavior in Ukraine, President Barack Obama delivered a ringing declaration of NATO's support for the Baltic countries Wednesday in the capital of Estonia, a former Soviet Republic and current NATO member...
  • Battle of the bands: NATO vs. Putin

    Battle of the bands: NATO vs. Putin
    If T-shirts were made to commemorate President Barack Obama's current European trip, we'd buy the one that reads: "NATO: We're getting the band back together." NATO never broke up, so technically it isn't reuniting. But the alliance's mission as...
  • Key NATO leaders say Russia should face more sanctions: White House

    NEWPORT Wales (Reuters) - Key NATO leaders agreed during a summit meeting on Thursday that Russia should faced increased sanctions for its actions in eastern Ukraine, the White House said. U.S. President Barack Obama, British Prime Minister David...
  • Rebels want monitors, humanitarian corridor under ceasefire plan: Interfax

    MOSCOW (Reuters) - Rebel leaders in eastern Ukraine made proposals for a ceasefire with Kiev on Thursday that echoed a plan outlined by Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to details cited by Russian news agency Interfax. Leaders of the self-...
  • Obama faces bipartisan criticism over his foreign policy

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama faced criticism over his foreign policy from both Democratic and Republican lawmakers on Sunday as he wrestled with crises in Iraq, Syria, Libya and Ukraine. Republican lawmakers seized on Obama's comment...
  • From Syria to Ukraine, crises fill the Obama-NATO agenda

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama heads to Europe next week, looking to assure nervous allies of the United States' commitment to the region, as NATO prepares to beef up forces amid fears that Russia will step up its provocations beyond Ukraine. Obama...
  • Despite risks, residents trickle back to besieged Ukrainian city

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - University lecturer Olga queued for 40 minutes in a line of cars at a roadblock outside Donetsk on Thursday as she made her way home to the besieged rebel-held city in eastern Ukraine. Ukrainian forces have not stopped...
  • Global crises don't justify more Pentagon spending

    Hawks in Congress and the think tank world are using the current crises in Iraq, Syria and Ukraine to press for higher Pentagon spending. Their arguments don't stand up to scrutiny. The United States already devotes massive resources to Pentagon-...
  • Mortar fire rocks rebel stronghold in east Ukraine

    DONETSK Ukraine (Reuters) - Mortar fire rocked the southern reaches of the separatist stronghold of Donetsk overnight, despite efforts to secure a ceasefire in eastern Ukraine, witnesses said on Thursday. Northern areas of the city also came under fire...
  • NATO chief, at summit, says Russia attacking Ukraine

    NEWPORT Wales (Reuters) - NATO's top official accused Moscow outright on Thursday of attacking Ukraine as allied leaders gathered for a summit to buttress support for Kiev and bolster defenses against a Russia they now see as hostile for the first time...