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  • 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...
  • Troubled Ukraine marks year since protest bloodbath in Kiev

    One year ago, Ihor Zastavnyi was shot three times and lost a leg while taking part in demonstrations that he hoped would lead to a better Ukraine. Today he faces a country that is racked by war, struggling with corruption and pleading to the world for...
  • As ravaged Ukraine town regains peace, fear of war remains

    Almost every building was gravely damaged, nearly every window smashed in this Ukrainian town left unrecognizable by months of relentless shelling. Children played in the rubble where their homes once stood, while neighbors boiled water in open fires as...
  • Moscow protesters strike out against Ukraine and the West

    For the thousands of Russians gathered near Red Square on Saturday, Maidan — the square in Kiev synonymous with pro-European protests last year — is nothing to celebrate. "Maidan is a festival of death ... Maidan is the smile of the...
  • Russian news report says Putin approved Ukraine invasion before Kiev government collapsed

    BERLIN A Russian newspaper claims to have an official government strategy document outlining the invasion of Ukraine that was prepared weeks before the Ukrainian government collapsed last year. The editor of Novaya Gazeta, Dmitri Muratov, reported the...
  • AP PHOTOS: A year after Ukraine's Maidan protests in Kiev

    The "Heavenly Hundred" is what Ukrainians in Kiev call those who died during months of anti-government protests in 2013-14. The grisliest day was a year ago Friday — Feb. 20, 2014 — when sniper fire tore through crowds on the capital's main...
  • Biden: Russia can't claim separatists alone behind attacks

    Vice President Joe Biden says Russia can't keep hiding behind the "false claim" that separatists are solely responsible for recent military operations in eastern Ukraine. Biden spoke by phone Friday with Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (por-oh-...
  • Senators urge Kerry to tighten sanctions on Russia

    A bipartisan group of senators Friday called on Secretary of State John Kerry to tighten economic sanctions on Russia and provide defensive weapons to Ukraine after Russian-backed rebels breached this month's cease- fire agreement and seized the Ukrainian...
  • Ukraine: Rebels still attacking despite alleged ceasefire

    Ukraine: Rebels still attacking despite alleged ceasefire
    Separatist rebels fired on Ukrainian positions nearly 50 times in the past 24 hours and Russia is sending more tanks into Ukraine despite a ceasefire that was supposed to take effect five days ago, a Ukrainian military spokesman said Friday. The report,...
  • Key Ukraine town under rebel control, separatists celebrate

    For the rebel fighters who seized control of this strategic town, Thursday was a day of jubilation and bragging of victory. The retreating Ukrainian soldiers were grim, stunned and relieved to have escaped with their lives as the scope of their losses...
  • Obama realized too late Putin's return would undermine the reset

    WASHINGTON The fractured relationship between U.S. President Barack Obama and Russian leader Vladimir Putin has reached a critical juncture in the conflict over Ukraine, with ties between the two nations more strained than at any time since the Cold War....