Chicago-Based Group Sends Drones To Ukrainian Military
February 19 2015 11:38 AM EST
The nonlethal drones will help the Ukrainian military's reconnaissance operations.
Calls For UN Peacekeepers Will 'Destroy' Accords, Russia Says
February 19 2015 9:28 AM EST
As a permanent member of the U.N. Security Council, Russia has veto power over peacekeeping deployments, which means that a deployment is unlikely without a shift in Russia’s stance on Ukraine.
Ukraine Urges UN To Monitor Fragile Truce
February 19 2015 7:13 AM EST
Rebels in Donetsk said that they would back Kiev’s request for U.N. peacekeepers to monitor the ceasefire in eastern Ukraine.
Russian Jets Intercepted Off UK Coast
February 19 2015 6:55 AM EST
This is the second time in as many months that Russian jets have been warned off from the U.K.
National Intelligence Director Big On Polygraphs To Screen Personnel
February 18 2015 6:41 PM EST
The recommendation by the director of national intelligence comes after the U.S. counterterrorism director told Congress that Edward Snowden's leaks hurt American intelligence-gathering.
Is Italy The Next Breeding Ground For ISIS?
February 18 2015 3:55 PM EST
There are only 80 Islamic State fighters from Italy in Iraq and Syria, but that number could rise as ISIS sets its sights on Rome.
ISIS Seen As Possible Threat To Italy
February 18 2015 2:57 PM EST
Despite growing unease in Italy over an ISIS threat, analysts have suggested a limited military response in Libya.
New Russian Violations, Same Result
February 18 2015 2:42 PM EST
Economic sanctions have done little to sway Vladimir Putin, but remain the West's response to the Ukraine conflict.
Russia Not Honoring Ceasefire: NATO
February 18 2015 11:28 AM EST
Despite the fall of Debaltseve, NATO claims that Russia is continuing to send tanks and artillery into Ukraine.
Ukrainian Troops Retreat From Debaltseve
February 18 2015 6:12 AM EST
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said that 80 percent of government troops had left the besieged town.
Putin And Hungary's Orban Agree To Gas Deal
February 17 2015 5:31 PM EST
The Russian leader also spoke strongly about the conflict in Ukraine and accused the West of supplying the Ukrainian military with weapons.
Ukraine Military In Dire Situation As Rebels Close In On Debaltseve
February 17 2015 12:16 PM EST
Debaltseve sits at the intersection of two major highways that connect the self-proclaimed separatist republics of Luhansk and Donetsk.
Chaos In Libya Is Good News For ISIS
February 17 2015 9:03 AM EST
The fight against ISIS has been concentrated in Iraq and Syria, but amid the Libyan civil war a new coalition is brewing — just what ISIS wants.
Russian Fighter Jets Begin Combat Exercises
February 17 2015 7:34 AM EST
The jets will shoot live ammunition and launch guided missiles in combat environments as part of the exercises.
Ukraine Army, Rebels Miss Deadline To Withdraw Heavy Weapons
February 17 2015 5:49 AM EST
Under the ceasefire agreement, the two warring sides were due to begin pulling back heavy weapons on Tuesday.
Privacy Watchdog Launches Surveillance Data Deletion Program
February 17 2015 2:51 AM EST
The “unlawful” NSA data collection used by the U.K. intelligence agency could be fair game.
Thousands Protest In Budapest Ahead Of Putin’s Visit
February 17 2015 1:38 AM EST
This is the first time the Russian leader is visiting an EU member state since the Ukrainian conflict.
NSA Surveillance Is Deep Within Hard Drives Made By Top Firms: Kaspersky
February 16 2015 11:37 PM EST
The NSA has been planting surveillance software deep within hard drives made by top manufacturers, Kaspersky Lab says.
German Court Charges Man, 93, With Nazi War Crimes
February 16 2015 11:18 PM EST
The man is said to have served at the Nazi death camp Auschwitz between January 1942 and June 1944, according to a report.
Wary Of Russia, Poland Spends Massively On Defense
February 16 2015 3:57 PM EST
Warsaw is boosting its defense budget by $42 billion, as a "new cold war" with Russia festers.