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    More Russian Tanks, Equipment Cross Ukraine Border
    Mar10

    More Russian Tanks, Equipment Cross Ukraine Border

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Russian tanks and heavy military equipment have crossed the Ukrainian border in the last few days in breach of a European-brokered ceasefire agreed on Feb. 12, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Tuesday. The comments by U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for Europe, Victoria Nuland, follow accusations by Ukraine...

    Why Russia’s Probe Into the Nemtsov Murder Does Not Stack Up
    Mar10

    Why Russia’s Probe Into the Nemtsov Murder Does Not Stack Up

    Who knew Russia had such crack detectives — not just fast in their investigation of the murder of Boris Nemtsov but practically clairvoyant. Within a day of the dissident’s killing on Feb. 27, they offered a bundle of possible motives, predictably ranging from a business dispute to a love affair gone wrong, but with two big surprises. For...

    Senators push Obama to arm Ukraine, lament slowness of aid
    Mar10

    Senators push Obama to arm Ukraine, lament slowness of aid

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In the face of Russian violations of cease-fire agreements in Ukraine, both Democratic and Republican senators asked Tuesday why… …read more Source:...

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life
    Mar10

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life

    DEBALTSEVE, Ukraine (AP) — When the wind picks up, the rattle of the corrugated iron roof of a destroyed gas station can sound like artillery. Four charred tanks sit stranded nearby, machine oil splattered on the ground, while a pick-up truck lies on its side surrounded by shrapnel. Debaltseve, the center of one of the fiercest battles of...

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life
    Mar10

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life

    DEBALTSEVE, Ukraine (AP) — When the wind picks up, the rattle of the corrugated iron roof of a destroyed gas station can sound like artillery. Four charred tanks sit stranded nearby, machine oil splattered on the ground, while a pick-up truck lies on its side surrounded by shrapnel. …read more Source: U.S....

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life
    Mar10

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life

    By NATALIYA VASILYEVA read more …read more Source: CNS...

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life
    Mar10

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life

    DEBALTSEVE, Ukraine (AP) — When the wind picks up, the rattle of the corrugated iron roof of a destroyed gas station can sound like artillery…. …read more Source:...

    Only a United West Can Stop Putin
    Mar10

    Only a United West Can Stop Putin

    MADRID — For some countries, military or political defeat is so intolerable, so humiliating, that they will do whatever it takes to overturn what they view as an unjust international order. One such revisionist power was Egypt, which resolved to undo its 1967 defeat by Israel and regain the Sinai Peninsula. This was ultimately achieved, but...

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life
    Mar10

    Embattled Ukrainian town struggles to come back to life

    DEBALTSEVE, Ukraine (AP) — When the wind picks up, the rattle of the corrugated iron roof of a destroyed gas station can sound like artillery. Four charred tanks sit stranded nearby, machine oil splattered on the ground, while a pick-up truck lies on its side surrounded by shrapnel…. …read more Source: Associated...

    It sounds like Obama doesn’t have any friends on the world stage
    Mar10

    It sounds like Obama doesn’t have any friends on the world stage

    The New York Times reported on Tuesday that President Barack Obama’s relatively aloof approach to diplomacy has left him few — if any — close, personal relationships with world leaders. “Personal relationships are not his style,” Martin Indyk, a former Obama administration official, told the paper. Obama’s predecessors, in...