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  • Farm Bureau president scoffs at Vladimir Putin's agriculture import ban

    In response to Russian President Vladimir Putin's move to limit U.S. agricultural imports, American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman responded by saying, in effect, "What, you think this bothers us?"

  • Dutch premier halts search for Ukraine victims

    AMSTERDAM (AP) — The Netherlands' prime minister has halted the search for remains of victims of the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disaster in Ukraine, saying it is too dangerous to continue. At a news conference in The Hague Wednesday, Mark Rutte praised the effort of the international recovery...

  • Fears of escalation in Ukraine roils markets

    LONDON (AP) — Fears that the crisis in Ukraine is escalating into a new and dangerous phase roiled financial markets, particularly in Europe, on Wednesday. Following allegations of a buildup of around 20,000 Russian troops on the border of Ukraine and the prospect of tit-for-tat sanctions...

  • Ukraine looms over European Central Bank meeting

    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The crisis in Ukraine and a hesitant recovery in Europe are casting shadows over the European Central Bank's meeting Thursday. Economists say the monetary authority for the 18 countries that use the euro will look to reassure markets that it is ready to add more...

  • Sell French warships to NATO, not Russia

    Arming a geopolitical foe is a grave mistake, especially one led by a cunning and utterly amoral character like Vladimir Putin.

  • Dutch contractor selected for Malaysian jet search

    CANBERRA, Australia (AP) — A Dutch contractor will conduct the underwater search for the Malaysian airliner that crashed off the Australian coast in March, Australia announced Wednesday. Fugro Survey Pty. Ltd. will use two vessels towing underwater vehicles equipped with side-scan sonar,...

  • UN: Humanitarian situation in Ukraine worsening

    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — A senior U.N. official warned the Security Council at an emergency meeting Tuesday that the humanitarian situation in eastern Ukraine is steadily worsening as power and water supplies are scarce, homes are destroyed and health workers flee. John Ging, director of U.N....

  • Underground misery at dank Ukraine bomb shelter

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — For the people huddled in a dank and chilly bomb shelter Tuesday, the question of who was responsible was less important than the fact of their misery. Two journalists from The Associated Press joined Donetsk residents who spent the night in the shelter as fighting...

  • Ukraine fighting reaches rebel-held Donetsk

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — Fighting in eastern Ukraine reached the main rebel stronghold of Donetsk on Tuesday as separatists and government troops exchanged rocket fire in neighborhoods on the edge of the city. In a western district of Donetsk, rockets apparently fired from a government position...

  • Putin orders Russia gov't response to sanctions

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin says he has ordered the government to develop measures in response to Western sanctions. Putin, in a meeting with state officials in the city of Voronezh on Tuesday, did not specify what the measures might be but said: "I have given the order today...

  • Eurozone recovery holding up but Ukraine looms

    LONDON (AP) — Further evidence emerged Tuesday that the economic recovery across Europe is gaining traction, though it remains vulnerable to an escalation in the crisis in Ukraine, which has seen sanctions on Russia ratcheted up. As well as raising speculation that Russia will slip into...

  • The four foundations of U.S. national security

    Among politicians and analysts, there is only confusion about when military force should be used.

  • East Ukraine city dying under siege

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — Residents say the eastern Ukrainian city of Luhansk is dying. The power grid was completely down Monday, the city government said, and fuel is running dry. Store shelves are emptying fast, and those who haven't managed to flee must drink untreated tap water. With little...

  • Ukraine's army on outskirts of rebel stronghold

    DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — Fighting raged Sunday on the western outskirts of Donetsk as the advancing Ukrainian army tried to seize control of the rebel stronghold. In danger of being encircled, the separatists renewed their calls for Russia to send troops to their aid. To support their...

  • UK prime minister says NATO must rethink Russia

    LONDON (AP) — Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron has called on NATO to rethink its long-term relationship with Russia following its "illegal" actions in Ukraine and strike an agreement on how to sustain a robust presence in Eastern Europe. In a letter to alliance leaders released Saturday,...



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