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Pete Williams: Is Russia Committing an Act of War?
Several Western nations have described Moscow's actions in Crimea as an act of aggression, but legal experts say what constitutes an act of war is in the eye of the beholder.
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NBA Rookie Wearing #PrayForUkraine on Shoes
As the situation in his homeland has escalated, Suns rookie Alex Len, the only Ukrainian on an NBA roster, has been hitting the court with a message of support on his shoes.
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Could Crimea Actually Secede From Ukraine?
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Crimea's parliament voted to split from Ukraine and join Russia Thursday and set a referendum on the issue for March 16. Could they really split from Ukraine? What's next?
House Approves Fast Track for Ukraine Aid
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The vote was 385-23.
Foreign Ministers Make Little Progress on Ukraine
Kerry says there is “no place in the community of nations” for how Russia has behaved.
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Interpol Gets 'Red Notice' for Yanukovych's Arrest
Interpol is reviewing a request by Ukrainian authorities to arrest Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, the international police agency said Thursday.
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Obama: Borders Can't Be 'Redrawn'
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Obama to Russia: Borders Can't Be 'Redrawn'
The president's remarks come as the United States announced visa restrictions and sanctions against officials involved in the conflict.
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Ten Questions: What Comes Next in Ukraine?
Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder breaks down the accelerating situation in Ukraine's Crimea region.
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Klitschko: Putin Is Worried About Ukraine
European standards in Ukraine would be "dangerous for Russia" according to Ukrainian politician and presidential candidate Vitaly Klitschko.
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Pro-Russia Troops Surround Crimea Parliament
Cossacks were once the patrolmen of Russia's borderlands and now back pro-Moscow forces controlling Crimea.
Andrea Mitchell: Will U.S. Sanctions Make an Impact?
As Russian forces threaten to increase their presence in Ukraine, the White House deploys new diplomatic tactics.
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Ukraine: Hedge Funds Buy More War Insurance
Wall Street firms are buying more insurance to protect investments in east Europe in the event the Ukraine crisis escalates into a shooting war.
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White House Blocks Visas in Ukraine Crisis
The White House blocks visas for people responsible for threatening the sovereignty of Ukraine.
Russia Network Chief: Anchor Quit as a Stunt
The top editor at Russia Today suggests the anchor was lining up “fantastic career prospects.”
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Kerry Meets Russian Counterpart As Ukraine Simmers
It is the second meeting in as many days between Secretary of State John Kerry and Russia's Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.
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EU Pushes Diplomacy, Not Sanctions
"There will be the strongest possible pressure on Russia to begin lowering the tension," French president says.
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U.S. Destroyer Heads for Waters Near Ukraine
U.S.S. Truxtun was en route to waters south of Ukraine on Thursday for pre-planned naval exercises.
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What Invasion? Russia's Denials Trigger War of Words
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Top U.S. general believes Russian troops "have been taken out of their traditional uniforms" and sent to Crimea.
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Crimean Parliament Votes to Join Russia
The announcements, which diplomats said could not have been made without Russian President Vladimir Putin's approval, raise the stakes in the most serious east-west confrontation since the end of the Cold War.
U.N.'s Serry 'Very Frightened' by Pro-Russia Mob
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Moscow Set to 'Simplify' Citizenship for Some
Ukraine was part of the Soviet Union until 1991.
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E.U. Freezes Ex-Ukrainian President's Assets
Viktor Yanukovych's son is also among 18 people suspected of embezzling government funds who have been targeted by the European Union.
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