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  • What's done, what's next at the EU summit

    European Union heads of state and government are meeting in Brussels through Friday to talk about economic and energy policies, the crises in Ukraine and Libya, and the Greek debt problem. Here's what has happened so far: —UKRAINE: Leaders...
  • Tatar leader urges West to maintain sanctions over Crimea

    Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev on Thursday urged the West to maintain strong sanctions against Russia over last year's annexation of the Ukrainian peninsula to pressure the Russian "aggressors" to leave without using military force. Dzhemilev,...
  • EU links lifting Russia sanctions to peace in Ukraine

    European Union leaders said Thursday that they won't lift economic sanctions against Russia until the peace agreement on eastern Ukraine is fully implemented. EU President Donald Tusk said the decision reached at a two-day summit showed the common...
  • UK military trainers in Ukraine for medical, tactical drills

    Around 30 British military personnel have arrived in Ukraine to provide medical and tactical training to the country's troops, officials said Thursday. Britain's defense ministry said it aims to boost Ukrainian armed forces' defensive capability in their...
  • Putin says Russia regained 'historic roots' in Crimea

    Putin says Russia regained 'historic roots' in Crimea
    Speaking to tens of thousands of cheering supporters just outside the Kremlin walls, President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday described Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula as a move to protect ethnic Russians there and regain the nation's...
  • Crimea exiles fight to keep Ukraine unity message alive

    The tormentors stuck scotch tape to his eyes and locked him in a dank room. For 11 days, Andrei Schekun said, they beat him, shocked him with electrodes and scalded him with burning metallic plates. He said the torture took place as Crimea voted in a...
  • Putin says Russia regained 'historic roots' in Crimea

    Speaking to tens of thousands of cheering supporters just outside the Kremlin walls, President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday described Russia's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula as a move to protect ethnic Russians there and regain the nation's...
  • Ukraine rebels warn they could abandon cease-fire

    Separatist leaders in eastern Ukraine threatened Wednesday to abandon a cease-fire following changes to a law granting their regions self-rule. Alexander Zakharchenko and Igor Plotnitsky said in a statement that legislation giving areas of the Donetsk...
  • European allies are declaring their independence from irresponsible U.S.

    PARIS -- Britain, Germany and France are all posting signs of dissent in the West. Last week Barack Obama's White House found two good reasons to angrily criticize the British government, its most faithful and docile ally and client in the post-World...
  • Russia to send new missiles to Baltic exclave on maneuvers

    Russia plans to station state-of-the art missiles in its westernmost Baltic exclave and deploy nuclear-capable bombers to Crimea as part of massive war games to showcase its resurgent military power amid bitter tensions with the West over Ukraine. The...
  • Ukraine scrambles to avoid new unrest flashpoint in the east

    Residents in the eastern Ukrainian town of Kostyantynivka angrily confronted police Tuesday after an armored military vehicle struck and killed an 8-year-old girl, showing the tensions still simmering in the war-torn region. Although now under government...