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    One Year After Annexation, Remembering The Crimea That Fought Back
    Mar17

    One Year After Annexation, Remembering The Crimea That Fought Back

    As Russia celebrates one year since its militarized annexation of Crimea, some residents on the peninsula are eager to remind the Kremlin that many people resisted the scheme — and remain opposed to it today. The Crimean Desk of RFE/RL’s Ukrainian Service reports. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    GOP Tries to Have Its Pentagon Cake and Eat It, Too
    Mar17

    GOP Tries to Have Its Pentagon Cake and Eat It, Too

    The 2011 budget deal that imposed caps on federal spending has begun to bite. That’s easy to see with the proposed House Republican budget for 2016 that keeps the lid on domestic spending while popping it open for the military—to the tune of more than a third of a trillion dollars over the coming decade. It’s a complicated storyline,...

    Russia to deploy missiles to Kaliningrad, bombers to Crimea as part of drills
    Mar17

    Russia to deploy missiles to Kaliningrad, bombers to Crimea as part of drills

    Russia plans to station state-of-the art missiles to its westernmost Baltic exclave and deploy nuclear-capable bombers to Crimea as part of massive war games intended to showcase the nation’s resurgent military power amid bitter tensions with the West over Ukraine. …read more Source: CTV...

    Russia to send new missiles to Baltic exclave on maneuvers
    Mar17

    Russia to send new missiles to Baltic exclave on maneuvers

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia plans to station state-of-the art missiles to its westernmost Baltic exclave and deploy nuclear-capable bombers to Crimea as… …read more Source:...

    Russia to send new missiles to Baltic exclave on maneuvers
    Mar17

    Russia to send new missiles to Baltic exclave on maneuvers

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia plans to station state-of-the art missiles to its westernmost Baltic exclave and deploy nuclear-capable bombers to Crimea as part of massive war games intended to showcase the nation’s resurgent military power amid bitter tensions with the West over Ukraine. The Iskander missiles will be sent to the Kaliningrad region...

    Russia to Send New Missiles to Baltic Exclave on Maneuvers
    Mar17

    Russia to Send New Missiles to Baltic Exclave on Maneuvers

    Russia to deploy missiles to Kaliningrad, bombers to Crimea as part of drills, official says …read more Source: ABC...

    Russia Scrambles Nuclear Bombers to Crimea in Anniversary Show of Might
    Mar17

    Russia Scrambles Nuclear Bombers to Crimea in Anniversary Show of Might

    Russia will deploy Tupolev nuclear-capable bomber jets to Crimea in a snap drill, a defense ministry source said Tuesday, as the peninsula marks a year since its annexation by Moscow. …read more Source:...

    No new Russia sanctions likely this week, EU presidency says
    Mar17

    No new Russia sanctions likely this week, EU presidency says

    BRUSSELS (AP) — The European Union presidency says that no new sanctions will likely be imposed on Russia at this week’s EU summit over the conflict in Ukraine because the peace agreement is generally being respected.read more …read more Source: CNS...

    AP PHOTOS: Top pictures from Europe and Africa
    Mar17

    AP PHOTOS: Top pictures from Europe and Africa

    LONDON (AP) — Protests hit Spain and Greece last week, as demonstrators marched in Madrid against a new security law and in the Greek city of Thessaloniki to protest continuing austerity measures. In a more modern war zone, separatists and residents walked among the ruins of eastern Ukraine after months of fighting. …read more Source: San...

    No New Russia Sanctions Likely This Week, EU Presidency Says
    Mar17

    No New Russia Sanctions Likely This Week, EU Presidency Says

    EU unlikely to impose fresh sanctions on Russia this week over Ukraine, presidency says …read more Source: ABC...