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  • Keeping Ukraine in one piece is a win-win

    Keeping Ukraine in one piece is a win-win
    MOSCOW — Russia mobilizes 150,000 troops to test their battle readiness. Opposing groups clash over whether Ukraine will look to Moscow or Brussels. Triumphant demonstrators in Kiev celebrate the nomination of an interim government likely to turn...
  • Pro-Russia gunmen seize government buildings in Ukraine's Crimea

    Pro-Russia gunmen seize government buildings in Ukraine's Crimea
    SIMFEROPOL, Ukraine — Ukraine put its police on high alert after dozens of pro-Russia gunmen stormed and seized local government buildings in Ukraine's Crimea region early Thursday and raised a Russian flag over a barricade. Ukraine's acting...
  • Kerry: Russian intervention in Ukraine 'would be a grave mistake'

    Kerry: Russian intervention in Ukraine 'would be a grave mistake'
    WASHINGTON —  With Russian troops beginning military exercises near Ukraine, Secretary of State John Kerry warned Wednesday that a Russian intervention in the Eastern European nation would rip Moscow’s international standing “into...
  • White House expels three Venezuelan diplomats

    White House expels three Venezuelan diplomats
    WASHINGTON – The Obama administration Tuesday expelled three Venezuelan diplomats in retaliation for the expulsion of three U.S. officials a week ago. Two first secretaries and a second secretary from the embassy were given 48 hours to depart, the...
  • Uganda anti-gay law called 'abhorrent,' 'deeply offensive'

    Uganda anti-gay law called 'abhorrent,' 'deeply offensive'
    JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Human rights groups and Western leaders condemned harsh anti-gay legislation signed into law Monday by Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni, calling it draconian, offensive and an affront to basic rights. But Ugandan...
  • Venezuela death toll reaches 11 as protests continue

    Venezuela death toll reaches 11 as protests continue
    CARACAS, Venezuela — Opponents and supporters of President Nicolas Maduro held massive demonstrations Saturday in central Caracas and other Venezuelan cities as the unofficial death toll rose to 11 in more than a week of unrest. Leading the...
  • Keystone XL pipeline dealt setback in Nebraska court

    Keystone XL pipeline dealt setback in Nebraska court
    A Nebraska court ruling Wednesday left the long-troubled Keystone XL pipeline with no approved route through the state, dealing the project a legal setback that could delay it at least a year. Lancaster County District Judge Stephanie F. Stacy struck...
  • U.S. reacts cautiously to Ukraine upheaval

    U.S. reacts cautiously to Ukraine upheaval
    WASHINGTON — Only a few weeks ago, the turmoil in Ukraine seemed like a remote conflict in which Washington had little at stake and not a great deal of leverage. Now, however, it is clear that the apparent collapse of the old order in Ukraine...
  • White House takes a cautious approach to drama unfolding in Ukraine

    White House takes a cautious approach to drama unfolding in Ukraine
    WASHINGTON — Only a few short weeks ago, the turmoil in Ukraine seemed like a remote conflict in which Washington had little at stake and not a great deal of leverage. Now, however, it is clear that the apparent collapse of the old order in...
  • Leading from behind in Syria

    Leading from behind in Syria
    Faced with bad options in Syria, President Obama is reviving a tactic he tried in an earlier war: leading from behind. "Leading from behind," you'll recall, is how a White House aide described Obama's strategy in Libya in 2011, when the United States...
  • U.S. aims to bolster ties with Persian Gulf states

    U.S. aims to bolster ties with Persian Gulf states
    The Obama administration is mobilizing across several fronts to shore up its relationship with Persian Gulf leaders who fear the United States is reducing its commitments in the Middle East. In unusually blunt remarks Wednesday, the State Department&...