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  • A brotherhood born of heroes in Normandy D-day landings

    A brotherhood born of heroes in Normandy D-day landings
    Some brothers you're born with; others you choose. War took one from Eric Gower, but it gave him dozens of others, bonded by a singular experience 70 years ago. Patriotic and dutiful young men, they took part in the largest amphibious assault in...
  • Scores of Europe-bound Africa migrants die in recent boat crossings

    Scores of Europe-bound Africa migrants die in recent boat crossings
    Seeking to take advantage of calmer seasonal waters, more migrants from Africa are trying to cross to Europe from Libya in recent weeks — and more than 100 are believed to have drowned when three boats sank in the Mediterranean. Libyan officials...
  • Obama holds up Poland as model for Ukraine

    Obama holds up Poland as model for Ukraine
    President Obama held up post-communist Poland on Wednesday as a model for its struggling neighbor Ukraine as he warned of "dark tactics" from Russia and vowed to defend a region long trampled by foreign forces. "Here we see the strength of free...
  • Obama offers military aid to Eastern European allies

    Obama offers military aid to Eastern European allies
    As fresh fighting erupted in eastern Ukraine, President Obama sought Tuesday to reassure allies in Eastern Europe with a new offer of military aid to bolster security and counter what he called "provocative actions" by Russia. Obama promised to ask...
  • President Obama making reassurance tour of Europe

    President Obama making reassurance tour of Europe
    On the heels of a major speech vowing to preserve U.S. power overseas, President Obama is visiting European capitals this week on a now-familiar mission: reassuring allies that the U.S. has not forgotten its role in guaranteeing their security. Obama'...
  • King's abdication announcement sparks monarchy debate in Spain

    King's abdication announcement sparks monarchy debate in Spain
    King Juan Carlos of Spain announced Monday that he would abdicate in favor of his son, sparking fierce public debate over whether the country should allow the crown's passing to another generation or abolish the monarchy. Tens of thousands of...
  • Ukraine fighting kills 12 pro-Russia separatists

    Ukraine fighting kills 12 pro-Russia separatists
    At least 12 pro-Russia separatists died Monday in clashes at a Ukrainian border guards base and at the militant-occupied Luhansk regional government headquarters in another surge in fighting before Saturday's presidential inauguration. Five militants...
  • White House accuses Russia of anti-U.S. propaganda war in Ukraine

    White House accuses Russia of anti-U.S. propaganda war in Ukraine
    The Obama administration's dispute with the Kremlin over the unrest in Ukraine has turned to a new controversy: whether heavily armed men in a grainy image are trigger-happy American mercenaries in Ukraine or a police SWAT team in New Orleans after...
  • Putin's Ukraine ambitions hinge on allies he can't rely on

    Putin's Ukraine ambitions hinge on allies he can't rely on
    The prospect is alluring: long-term influence over a Russian-speaking corridor linking eastern Ukraine and Crimea, ensuring supplies of electricity, food, jet engines and other military hardware as well as unfettered access to offshore oil and gas fields....
  • Russia-China gas deal signals growing ties between former foes

    Russia-China gas deal signals growing ties between former foes
    A landmark natural gas deal with China offers Russia an alternative to markets in European countries angered by the Kremlin's stance on Ukraine, and highlights growing ties between the former rivals at a time when they are both at odds with Washington....
  • In Lviv, Ukraine, the nation's east-west divide is on display

    In Lviv, Ukraine, the nation's east-west divide is on display
    If this western Ukrainian city of Baroque fountains and cobblestone squares seems like a different country from the eastern rust belt besieged by pro-Russia separatists, that may be because, for most of its history, it was. Wooden signs in Lviv's...
  • Eastern Ukraine holds separatist referendum

    Eastern Ukraine holds separatist referendum
    Some residents of this eastern Ukrainian city voted for independence Sunday in expectation of soon having their region annexed by Russia. Others cast "yes" votes as what they considered a first step toward demanding more regional autonomy while...