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  • 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...
  • Japan offers Ukraine aid of $1.5 billion

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has thanked Japan's visiting prime minister for promising $1.5 billion in credit guarantees to aid the country's efforts at reform and redevelopment. Shinzo Abe was visiting the country on Saturday en route to the G-7...
  • Obama, Poroshenko voice 'deep concern' over Ukraine fighting

    The White House says President Barack Obama spoke Friday with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (por-oh-SHEHN'-koh) about stepped-up fighting in eastern Ukraine between government forces and Russian-backed separatists. The White House says both...
  • OSCE says cease-fire violations in Ukraine more frequent

    The mission monitoring a cease-fire agreement in Ukraine warned Friday that violations are becoming more frequent and severe, with heavy weapons often missing from storage areas and rockets and multiple launchers recently being used again. Alexander Hug,...
  • Trudy Rubin: Failing to confront Putin's lies about Ukraine only encourages him to do worse

    "I can tell you outright and unequivocally that there are no Russian troops in Ukraine," Russian President Vladimir Putin told a live TV audience in April. He was flat-out lying. Moscow has armed and directed the so-called "rebel forces" in eastern...
  • Eastern Ukraine tense after outbreak of fighting

    Separatist and government troops in east Ukraine stood nervously poised hundreds of meters apart Thursday in the wake of bloody battle that has threatened to demolish what remains of the brittle cease-fire there. Underscoring anxieties in the Ukrainian...
  • US might deploy missiles in Europe to counter Russia

    The Obama administration is weighing a range of aggressive responses to Russia's alleged violation of a Cold War-era nuclear treaty, including deploying land-based missiles in Europe that could pre-emptively destroy the Russian weapons. This...
  • AP Interview: Canada's Harper says Russia can't rejoin G-7

    Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Thursday that Russia should never be allowed back in the Group of 7 as long as Vladimir Putin is president. Harper said in an exclusive interview with The Associated Press that he expects the group won't ever...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EDT

    APNewsBreak: Massive breach of federal personnel data at agency handling security clearances Hackers broke into the U.S. government personnel office and stole identifying information of at least 4 million federal workers. The Department of Homeland...
  • Defense secretary convenes meeting on Russia, Ukraine

    Defense Secretary Ash Carter is summoning top American defense and diplomatic leaders to Germany Friday to map out a counterstrategy to Russia's military operations in Ukraine and reassure allies worried about Moscow's aggression. The closed-door meeting...