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  • UTC, Boeing Stock Up On Titanium Parts From Russia

    United Technologies Corp. and Boeing have been amassing titanium parts from Russian producer VSMPO-Avisma in case tensions between the United States and Russia disrupt supply of the metal critical to building jetliners, the Wall Street Journal reported,...
  • Ukraine says Russian armored vehicles pouring across border

    Ukraine says Russian armored vehicles pouring across border
    Russian armored vehicles thundered into southern Ukraine and unleashed an offensive against the strategic town of Novoazovsk as the 5-month-old separatist battle opened a new front, officials in Kiev said Wednesday. Novoazovsk lies a few miles west of...
  • John Bolton's bad advice for Obama on Ukraine

    To the editor: I scanned former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton's Op-Ed piece for any mention of how his onetime boss handled a similar crisis: Russia's partial annexation of Georgia in 2008. ("U.S. still has time to stake out a position...
  • UEFA will not recognize Crimean clubs in Russian competitions

    BERNE (Reuters) - UEFA will not recognize any matches played by Crimean clubs under the auspices of the Russian Football Union (RFS), European soccer's ruling body said on Friday. In a statement on its website (www.uefa.org), UEFA said its Emergency...
  • Ukraine says captured Russians' confessions point to Kremlin

    Ukraine says captured Russians' confessions point to Kremlin
    Ukrainian officials said Tuesday that 10 Russian paratroopers were captured in battle-torn eastern Ukraine and posted videotaped confessions of some soldiers in the strongest evidence to date of a Kremlin hand in the separatist battle. The capture of...
  • Ukraine president dissolves parliament, sets Oct. 26 election

    Ukraine president dissolves parliament, sets Oct. 26 election
    Ukraine's newly inaugurated president dissolved the contentious parliament  Monday and set early elections for Oct. 26 in a move that will probably put further pressure on the country's east-west divide. President Petro Poroshenko had promised during...
  • UEFA will not recognise Crimean clubs in Russian competitions

    BERNE (Reuters) - UEFA will not recognise any matches played by Crimean clubs under the auspices of the Russian Football Union (RFS), European football's ruling body said on Friday. UEFA said in a statement on its website (www.uefa.org) that its...
  • Dutch museum perplexed over where to return borrowed Crimea gold

    The curators of an Amsterdam museum that has hosted an exhibition of Crimean gold since February probably never anticipated the tumultuous events that have complicated the return of the borrowed artifacts. Four of the five museums from which the...
  • Ukraine leader dissolves parliament; Russian tanks reportedly blocked

    Ukraine leader dissolves parliament; Russian tanks reportedly blocked
    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko dissolved the country’s contentious parliament Monday and set new elections for Oct. 26 in a move likely to deepen Ukraine’s bitter east-west divide. Poroshenko’s government earlier in the day...
  • Ukraine bans Russian TV channels for airing war 'propaganda'

    KIEV (Reuters) - Ukraine has blocked 14 Russian television channels from its cable networks to stop them spreading war propaganda, an Interior Ministry official said on Tuesday. Television news has played a vital role in public perception of the conflict...
  • U.S. still has time to stake out a position of strength on Ukraine

    U.S. still has time to stake out a position of strength on Ukraine
    American and European stock markets have been jumpy for weeks as they contemplate possible armed conflict between Russia and Ukraine. Inside Ukraine, certainly, Kiev's forces have been pushing back separatists supported by Moscow , and they've been...
  • 'Ambiguous warfare' providing NATO with new challenge

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Since Russia's annexation of Crimea in March, NATO has been publicly refocusing on its old Cold War foe Moscow. The threats it now believes it faces, however, are distinctly different to those of the latter half of the 20th century....