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  • Ukraine fuel depot fire kills 1, several injured near Kiev

    Ukrainian firefighters on Tuesday managed to contain a major blaze that had engulfed a fuel depot near Kiev, preventing it from spreading to another fuel depot and a nearby military base. But one worker at the depot died at a hospital from severe burns,...
  • G-7 set far-off goal to move away from fossil fuels

    The world should move away from using fossil fuels by the end of this century, G-7 leaders said Monday, setting an ambitious but distant goal ahead of a global conference on climate change this year. The leaders of seven wealthy democracies also warned...
  • Ukraine says 7 soldiers die when truck hits mine

    Ukraine's military says seven soldiers have died in eastern Ukraine after their truck hit a mine near the largest city in the war-torn east. A statement on the Facebook page for the military operation against the Russia-backed separatist rebels says...
  • G-7: Russia could face more sanctions if it doesn't back off in Ukraine

    BERLIN Russia faces continued and possibly increased economic sanctions if it continues military actions in Ukraine, the G-7 nations are warning. Both President Barack Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel underscored that resolve Monday as they...
  • THE LATEST: Obama repeats support for Britain staying in EU

    8:45 p.m. (1845 GMT; 2:45 p.m. EDT) President Barack Obama has reaffirmed his support for Britain staying in the European Union, saying the country's influence is positive both on the continent and around the world. Obama's comments came at the start of...
  • Behind tough talk on Russia, G-7 leaders face tough reality

    Behind the tough talk on Russia expected from President Barack Obama and other leaders gathering in Germany this weekend is a stark reality. None of the world powers believes the economic and diplomatic punishments levied on Russia for its alleged...
  • At G-7 summit, Obama calls for tough stance against Russia

    At G-7 summit, Obama calls for tough stance against Russia
    As President Obama went into a summit of world leaders in the Alps on Sunday, he made a promise over beer and wurst with Bavarian villagers to take a tough stance against Russian intervention in neighboring territories. One of his top priorities at...
  • Ukrainian coast guard cutter explodes off Mariupol

    Ukraine's border guards service said one of its cutters exploded while on patrol Sunday off the shore of the strategic port city of Mariupol. Six crewmen were injured and rescuers were searching for a seventh. The regional police department said the...
  • Fed up with failing peace, Ukraine rebels eager to fight

    In this front-line town in eastern Ukraine, the cease-fire called more than three months ago seems to be only an insulting guise. Shelling rocks the area so often that dogs have learned to head for the basement at the first blast. Everyone wants the...
  • Canada to send military instructors to Ukraine

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the country soon will send military instructors to Ukraine to help train government troops. While in Kiev en route to the Group of Seven summit, Harper said the instructors would work in western Ukraine....
  • 9 police injured in Kiev gay march clash

    Opponents of a gay rights march held Saturday in Ukraine's capital threw smoke bombs and tear gas, and nine police officers were injured in the clash. The Interior Ministry said 25 people were detained in the violence surrounding the march of an...