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People walk past a barricade located under a footbridge where thousands of flowers have been placed in memory of those killed during clashes in and around Kiev's Independence Square, Ukraine, Friday, March 7, 2014.
AP's Global Media Services, a division of the news cooperative that provides services to broadcasters, said a crew was setting up a satellite uplink for a live camera position above a Simferopol restaurant Thursday.
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One by one, President Barack Obama's warnings to Russia are being brushed aside by President Vladimir Putin, who appears to only be speeding up efforts to formally stake his claim to Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula.
After one of her first encounters with Vladimir Putin in 2002, Angela Merkel joked to aides that she had passed the "KGB test" by staring straight into his eyes without averting her gaze.
A partisan veteran from the Ukrainian Insurgent Army carries a portrait of Ukrainian Insurgent Army leader Stepan Bandera during a march in Kiev.
One of the Obama administration's highest-ranking diplomats said Thursday that Russia's involvement in the Ukrainian crisis militarily backing a secessionist movement in Crimea does not appear to have bled over into its role as a negotiator in Syria's bloody, three-year civil war.
Ukrainian riot police officers block pro-Russian supporters of activist Pavel Gubarev during a rally in Donetsk, Ukraine, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
The European Union on Thursday froze the assets of ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich, former prime minister Mykola Azarov and 16 other senior Ukrainian officials suspected of misusing state funds and violating human rights.
After three years of grinding conflict, the destruction of whole city districts and an exodus of refugees all triggered by an uprising against his rule, Bashar al-Assad is quietly preparing to be re-elected.
Sometimes, the old actor remembers the war far too clearly. Though he was only a small child, he can tell you about the explosions, and the Nazi soldiers patrolling the streets.
A man looks at an electronic stock board of a securities firm in Tokyo, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
This image taken from AP video shows a group of unidentified men in military fatigues outside a cafe in Simferopol, Ukraine who appear to be stopping UN Special Envoy to Ukraine, Robert Serry from leaving as he makes a call on his mobile phone inside, Wednesday, March 5, 2014.
These are headlines splashed across the homepage of StopFake.org , a week-old crowdsourced journalism project that was launched to fight the erroneous information that's spreading over the Internet during Ukraine's crisis in Crimea.