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  • Protesters renew march against electricity prices in Armenia

    Street protests in the Armenian capital against a hike in electricity prices grew on Tuesday evening, with an estimated 7,000 people joining a second attempt to march toward the presidential residence even after riot police had used water cannons to...
  • US to put military equipment in several European countries

    The U.S. will spread about 250 tanks, armored vehicles and other military equipment across six former Soviet bloc nations to help reassure NATO allies facing threats from Russia and terrorist groups, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Tuesday....
  • U.S. to put military equipment in several European countries

    U.S. to put military equipment in several European countries
    The U.S. will spread about 250 tanks, armored vehicles and other military equipment across six former Soviet bloc nations to help reassure NATO allies facing threats from Russia and terrorist groups, Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced Tuesday....
  • Putin slams group warning Russians against visiting Crimea

    President Vladimir Putin says a consumer rights group that has cautioned Russians against traveling to Crimea is serving foreign interests. Putin was referring to the Society for Protection of Consumer Rights, a little-known Russian watchdog that has...
  • Carter: US to provide weapons, aircraft, commandos for NATO

    The U.S. committed Monday to contribute weapons, aircraft and forces, including commandos, as needed for NATO's new rapid reaction force, to help Europe defend against potential Russian aggression from the east and the Islamic State and other violent...
  • Hope for Greek economy rises after Athens offers new belt-tightening

    Hope for Greek economy rises after Athens offers new belt-tightening
    Greek officials broke a stalemate in negotiations with European creditors on Monday by offering more budget cuts and pension reform, spurring hopes -- once again -- that the Balkan nation's membership in the euro currency alliance may survive its five-...
  • U.S. pledges commandos and high-end equipment for new NATO force

    U.S. pledges commandos and high-end equipment for new NATO force
    The United States will contribute special operations forces and high-end military equipment and weapons to the new NATO rapid-reaction force being assembled to protect Eastern European allies from Russian threats and the entire continent from Middle...
  • Carter: U.S. to provide weapons, aircraft, commandos for NATO

    Carter: U.S. to provide weapons, aircraft, commandos for NATO
    The U.S. committed Monday to contribute weapons, aircraft and forces, including commandos, as needed for NATO's new rapid reaction force, to help Europe defend against potential Russian aggression from the east and the Islamic State and other violent...
  • Russia security czar: More than 1,000 Russians fight with IS

    More than 1,000 Russian nationals have joined the Islamic State group and they could pose a major threat when they return, Russia's Security Council chief said. Nikolai Patrushev told the business daily Kommersant in an interview published Monday that...
  • EU extends sanctions against Russia by 6 months

    The European Union on Monday extended economic sanctions against Russia until January to keep pressure on Moscow over the conflict in eastern Ukraine, drawing a rebuke and a warning of retaliation from Russian officials. An EU statement said the decision...
  • More labor unrest at Russian space center construction site

    The Russian state-controlled company building the country's new space center has dismissed a sub-contractor after it failed to pay wages to more than 80 workers, leading them to go on strike to call attention to their plight. Valeria Timokhova,...