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  • Suffering Ukrainian currency takes another fall

    Ukraine's economy, which has been badly hit by more than a year of crisis, has suffered another blow with a sharp drop in the national currency, the hryvnia. On Monday, the hryvnia was trading about 9 percent below its level last week. In all, the...
  • Cameron warns Russia of more sanctions if Ukraine rebels push on

    LONDON Russia will face more economic sanctions if separatists in eastern Ukraine use its support to violate a truce agreement and push for more territorial gains, U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday. While fighting has subsided since the...
  • List of winners of the World Press Photo awards

    Winners of the World Press Photo awards. WORLD PRESS PHOTO OF THE YEAR 2014: Mads Nissen, Denmark, Scanpix/Panos Pictures. Jon and Alex, a gay couple during an intimate moment, St. Petersburg, Russia. SPOT NEWS SINGLES: 1. Bulent Kilic, Turkey, Agence...
  • The most divisive issues in Ukraine peace talks: Borders, buffer zones, NATO, rebel autonomy

    Significant differences remain between Ukraine and Russia as their leaders gather for crucial talks that aim to end the fighting between the Russian-backed separatists and government forces that has torn up eastern Ukraine. German Chancellor Angela...
  • US Army commander says the US plans to start training Ukrainian troops in March

    The U.S. military plans in March to start training Ukrainian soldiers who are battling Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine, a top U.S. military commander in Europe said Wednesday. U.S. Army Europe Commander Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges said a...
  • Summary of recent Florida newspaper editorials

    Recent editorials from Florida newspapers: Feb. 9 Miami Herald on Israeli Prime Minister: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should reconsider his decision to accept a politically motivated invitation to speak to the U.S. Congress on March 3....
  • U.S. faces quandary: Will sending arms to Ukraine help or do harm?

    U.S. faces quandary: Will sending arms to Ukraine help or do harm?
    President Obama says he is weighing the growing calls for U.S. military aid to badly outgunned Ukraine in its nearly yearlong struggle against separatists armed and instigated by Russia. But whether sending antitank artillery, sophisticated radar...
  • Fighting intensifies in eastern Ukraine, 12 dead in artillery attack ahead of peace talks

    Fighting intensified Tuesday in eastern Ukraine as pro-Russia rebels and Ukrainian troops sought to extend their gains ahead of crucial peace talks, and the government accused the separatists of shelling a town far behind the front lines, killing 12...
  • Before key Minsk summit, French gov't warns 'problems remain' in talks to end Ukraine fighting

    The French foreign minister says "quite a number of problems remain" in negotiations aimed at ending fighting in eastern Ukraine. Laurent Fabius told France Inter radio that just hours before a four-way summit Wednesday in Minsk, Belarus, it was "very...
  • Life under shelling in eastern Ukraine: residents battle to survive, find heat, food, shelter

    At the Trudovskoi bus station in Donetsk, the gossip these days focuses on whose house has been hit by shelling and where you can get food handouts. Day and night, mortars and rockets rain down on the rebel stronghold in eastern Ukraine — mainly in...
  • Leonid Bershidsky: Putin's Egyptian double welcomes him to Cairo

    Russian President Vladimir Putin arrived in Egypt Monday for a two-day visit, and the royal welcome he received gives yet more reason to doubt U.S. policy in the region. The U.S.-backed Arab Spring revolution in Egypt has resulted ina Putin-style...