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  • Murphy Brings McCain To Hartford To Speak About Ukraine War

    HARTFORD — Sens. Chris Murphy and John McCain made a bipartisan pitch Monday for military and economic aid for Ukraine. "In order to understand what is happening in Ukraine, we have to understand Vladimir Putin,'' McCain, chairman of the Senate...
  • Murphy, McCain rouse Ukrainians backing beleaguered nation

    Sen. Chris Murphy told hundreds of Ukrainian-Americans in Connecticut on Monday that if Russia's moves against Ukraine are unchecked it will seek to undermine other European allies of the United States. The junior Democratic senator brought Republican...
  • Ukraine industry seeks ties with West, but buckles in crisis

    Volodymyr Kuzovkin's office is less than 50 miles from the European Union, but for him and his factory, the EU is a world away. Despite Ukraine's desperation to integrate with Europe, a desire so strong it sparked the protests that ousted pro-Russian...
  • For Ukraine Jews, Purim holiday merely a respite

    Jewish perseverance, and more than a bit of chutzpah, lies at the heart of the Purim holiday we celebrate this month. It is one of the reasons we are instructed to mark this raucous holiday with boundless joy and why thousands of Ukrainian Jews, despite...
  • Russia's anti-U.S. sentiment now is even worse than it was in Soviet Union

    Thought the Soviet Union was anti-American? Try today's Russia. After a year in which furious rhetoric has been pumped across Russian airwaves, anger toward the United States is at its worst since opinion polls began tracking it. From ordinary street...
  • A New Amigo? Murphy and McCain To Visit Hartford, Middletown on Monday

    Sens. John McCain of Arizona, Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina were known as the Three Amigos. The bipartisan trio shared a close bond and a hawkish outlook as they criss-crossed the globe together.  But Lieberman left...
  • Rebel pageant: Ukrainian fighters trade in boots for heels

    Trading in their combat boots and fatigues for high heels and ball gowns, female rebel fighters who normally fight Ukrainian soldiers took Saturday off to take part in a beauty pageant. The event was organized by self-proclaimed authorities in the rebel-...
  • 2 Nemtsov suspects detained in Russia, prompting skepticism

    Russia's security service head said Saturday that two suspects in the killing of leading opposition figure Boris Nemtsov have been detained. Russian news reports later cited an official as saying one of them had served with police troops in Chechnya. The...
  • AP News in Brief at 5:58 p.m. EST

    French, Belgian among 5 killed in attack on restaurant popular with foreigners in Mali capital A masked gunman sprayed bullets in a restaurant popular with foreigners in Mali's capital early Saturday, killing five people including a French person and a...
  • Thousands pay respects at funeral of Putin foe Boris Nemtsov

    Thousands pay respects at funeral of Putin foe Boris Nemtsov
    One by one, thousands of mourners and dignitaries filed past the white-lined coffin of slain Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov on Tuesday, many offering flowers as they paid their last respects to one of the most prominent figures of Russia's beleaguered...
  • EU says Russia sanctions stay until 'good' news on Ukraine

    BRUSSELS The European Union said it won't lift sanctions on Russia until the situation in Ukraine improves, and further penalties are possible if needed. A cease-fire between government forces and pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine is "not...