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Russian President Vladimir Putin defended breakaway moves by the pro-Russian leaders of Crimea on Sunday in a phone call with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and British Prime Minister David Cameron, according to the Kremlin.
We've had about a week of Crisis in the Crimea, as crypto-Russian troops patrol the streets of Sevastopol, Kiev digs in , and Obama and the EU try a strategy of diplomatic " de-escalation ."
Yulia Sidorenko, 25, traveled three and half hours from Vinnytsya to Kiev on Sunday.
Yulia Sidorenko, 25, traveled from her hometown of Vinnytsya to Kiev to pay respects to Maxime Shymko, an artist from her hometown who died fighting at Maidan.
Demonstrations against the Russian intervention in Crimea were held in four Czech cities over the weekend.
Sigmundur Gunnlaugsson said Russia's strongarm tactics in its former satellite could make it harder for the eight nations on the Arctic Council to reach agreements at a time when the region faces a series of critical issues.
Acting President of Ukraine Oleksandr Turchynov and Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk take part in a rally to mark the 200th birthday of Ukrainian poet Taras Shevchenko near his monument in central Kiev March 9, 2014.
Exhausted but exhilarated, Don and Lisa Jenkins and their four newly adopted children finally made it home Saturday night after a nerve-wracking, monthlong ordeal in Ukraine, where they were stranded for the past three weeks as violence and civil unrest turned the nation into a political powder keg.
An interior ministry commission has rejected a complaint by the former police president Martin A ervA A ek regarding the manner in which he was removed from his post at the start of the year by then interior minister Martin Pecina.
An elderly Ukrainian man stands at Lenin Square with colleagues, all of them dressed in army uniforms from the USSR, during a pro Russia rally in Simferopol, Crimea Western leaders were engaged in renewed efforts to secure a diplomatic solution to the Crimea crisis tonight - as a team of observers was once again denied entry to the peninsula.
Vacationing in Florida, President Barack Obama continued his telephone consultations with world leaders on Ukraine, speaking one on one Saturday with the leaders of three European powers and collectively with the heads of the three Baltic states, White House said.
The West may have slapped sanctions and threatened more moves against Russia as the Ukraine crisis deepens,but France plans to quietly pursue selling military hardware, including armored vehicles, to Russia, defense researchers and an industry source said.
The Juma-Jami is the largest mosque of Crimea and was founded by Khan Devlet I Giray in 1552.
A Ukrainian man looks at a Russian navy ship as he passes by old military paraphernalia sold on the side of the harbour in Sevastopol on March 7, 2014.
Keith Gessen , is an editor at n+1 magazine. His latest co- authored editorial is called "Ukraine, Putin, and the West."
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