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Diplomats say roadmap reached on easing Ukraine tensions

The U.S. and Russian foreign ministers say a deal has been reached on easing tensions in Ukraine.
April 17, 2014

Putin reserves right to use force in Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin said he has "a right" to send troops into Ukraine but hopes he will "not have to exercise that right".
April 17, 2014

3 killed in clash at Ukrainian base

Ukraine is holding in detention about 10 Russian citizens, all of whom have intelligence backgrounds, the State Security Service announced on Thursday.
April 17, 2014

Kyiv Suffers Setback in East Ukraine

Slovyansk interception of armored personnel carriers, comes on eve of Geneva talks on crisis, adding to frustrations about new leaders' failure to re-assert control in east
April 16, 2014

EU lays out impact of financial sanctions on Russia

Commission sets out potential impact of further Russia sanctions
Reuters: April 16, 2014

Pro-Russians take control of Ukrainian troop carriers

Armored personnel carriers with armed men riding on top and flying Russian flags rolled into the Ukrainian city of Slovyansk near the Russian border Wednesday.
April 16, 2014

Pro-Russian protesters ignore Ukraine deadline

Ukraine's acting president, Oleksandr Turchynov, says he is not against a national referendum on what kind of country Ukraine should be.
April 14, 2014

US warns Russia anew on Eastern Ukraine

The United States says Russia appears to be employing the same tactics in eastern Ukraine that were used to seize and annex Crimea earlier this year.
April 13, 2014

Ukraine struggles to keep control in East

Ukraine is struggling to keep control of key cities in its pro-Russian east as demonstrators seize government buildings and demand votes on joining Russia.
April 9, 2014

Lavrov wants Southeastern regions included in Ukraine talks

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the southeastern parts of Ukraine should be included in talks about the country's future.
April 8, 2014