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Next Step for Vets
Ongoing coverage of the confrontation between Russia, Vladimir Putin and the West over Russia’s aggression in Crimea and Ukraine.
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Battle-Scarred Ukraine Prepares for Election
Ukraine's pro-Western president called Sunday's snap vote to secure increased legitimacy for Kiev's leadership in the face of pressure from Russia.
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Putin Accuses U.S. of Trying to 'Remake the Whole World'
Vladimir Putin accused the U.S. on Friday of endangering global security by imposing a "unilateral diktat" on the rest of the world.
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Gail Orenstein / Rex via AP, file
Attackers Open Fire, Hurl Grenade at Ukraine Candidate
Volodymyr Borysenko, an election candidate allied to Ukraine’s prime minister, came under a gun and grenade attack as he left his home late Monday.
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Huge Explosion Rocks Rebel-Held Donetsk
A powerful blast shook Donetsk in east Ukraine with the shock felt miles away. The blast occurred at a rubber processing factory in a rebel-held area.
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Will a Putin-Poroshenko Meet Lead to Thaw Over Ukraine?
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian leader Petro Poroshenko will look to fix a broken ceasefire in eastern Ukraine during a summit Friday.
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Russia Dumps Cold Water on Ukraine Thaw Hopes
Talks over Ukraine between Russia and European governments on Friday were "full of misunderstandings and disagreements," the Kremlin said.
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Shelling Continues at Donetsk International Airport
Shelling continued at the Donetsk International Airport as fighting escalated between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists on Thursday.
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ERIC FEFERBERG / AFP - Getty Images, file
This Topless Activist Attacked Putin Statue With Stake
A member of topless feminist group Femen was convicted of exhibitionism Wednesday after attacking a statue of Vladimir Putin at a wax museum.
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Russian PM Denies Claims Russia Is Threat
In an interview with CNBC, Dmitry Medvedev said President Barack Obama's comments at the U.N. were "like some kind of mental aberration."
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NATO Secretary-General: We Can Put Troops Anywhere
New NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg said on Sunday that the Western alliance could deploy its forces wherever it wants.
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Dmitry Lovetsky / AP
Ukraine Military: Pro-Moscow Rebels Violated Ceasefire
Ukraine's military accused Russian-backed separatists of fresh violations of a month-old ceasefire on Sunday.
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SHAMIL ZHUMATOV / Reuters
Red Cross Worker Killed as Ukraine Fighting Intensifies
The Red Cross blamed "indiscriminate shelling of residential areas" for the Swiss administrator's death, calling it an violation of international law.
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Putin Comments at Economic Forum in Moscow
Russian President said ending political and economic crisis is essential and called for human rights to extend to 'every corner' of Ukraine
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Shell Kills 4 at Ukrainian School
A shell kills four people at a school in the rebel-held east Ukrainian city of Donetsk.
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SHAMIL ZHUMATOV / Reuters
Fighting Intensifies as Ukraine Rebels Near Airport
Pro-Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine advanced Wednesday on the government-held airport in Donetsk.
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Andy Eckardt / NBC News, file
U.S. Sending Battle Tanks, Troops to Former Soviet Soil
U.S. troops and tanks will deploy across the three Baltic states and Poland on a mission designed to deliver a message to Moscow.
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MARKO DJURICA / Reuters
Cease-Fire? What Cease-Fire? Rebel Attack Kills Seven
Seven Ukrainian soldiers were killed when a separatist shell hit their armored personnel carrier in eastern Ukraine, a military spokesman said.
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Lenin Toppled: Ukrainians Pull Down Soviet Statue
The largest statue of Lenin in Ukraine was pulled down by jubilant government supporters on Sunday night in Kharkiv, in defiance of pro-Russian separatists.
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Russia: US and EU Supported Ukrainian 'Coup'
In his remarks to the UN General Assembly, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov savages Western institutions such as NATO, the EU, and the US for "distorting the truth and hiding the facts" about Ukraine.
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Michel Euler / AP, file
Ukraine PM: Putin Wants 'New Empire'
In an interview with Ann Curry, Ukraine’s Prime Minister said he believes Vladimir Putin’s ultimate goal is to take control of Ukraine.
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Michel Euler / AP, file
Ukraine PM: Russians 'Want Us to Freeze'
"They want us to freeze. This is the aim and this is another trump card in Russian hands," Prime Minister Arseny Yatseniuk said in an interview with Reuters.
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Russia to Add 80 Warships to Black Sea Fleet by 2020
Russia will increase its Black Sea fleet with more than 80 new warships by 2020, its commander said on Tuesday.
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Is This an American Fighting for Pro-Moscow Rebels?
The authenticity of footage showing "Hunter" who is "originally from ... Illinois" could not be independently verified by NBC News.
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Darko Vojinovic / AP
Huge Blast Rocks Ukraine City Amid Buffer Zone Deal
The eastern city of Donetsk was rocked by explosions Saturday as rebel leaders and Ukrainian officials look to create a buffer zone in the region.
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