Estonian Election Results Close As Pro-NATO Party Leads
March 01 2015 5:45 PM EST
The former Soviet country is likely to release official results Monday.
Push Begins In Iraq To Oust ISIS From Salahuddin Province
March 01 2015 4:43 PM EST
The offensive has been a long time coming. Prime Minister al-Abadi gave militants one last chance to turn themselves in before the offensive begins.
Tens Of Thousands Gather To Honor Boris Nemtsov In Moscow
March 01 2015 2:27 PM EST
The opposition politician was shot four times as he walked in Moscow.
Nigerian Girl Beaten To Death As Suspected Suicide Bomber
March 01 2015 11:44 AM EST
Police called it a "mob action carried out by an irate crowd" in the northeastern city of Bauchi.
Police Arrest 33 At Hong Kong Protest Over Chinese Shoppers
March 01 2015 11:36 AM EST
Police pepper-sprayed demonstrators to break up scuffles in the district of Yuen Long.
Rebels Still Firing As Ukraine Withdraws Heavy Weapons
February 26 2015 1:37 PM EST
One more step toward a lasting ceasefire, but not all weapons are silent in eastern Ukraine.
NATO Spending Targets Unrealistic, Say Experts
February 26 2015 12:16 PM EST
NATO members are being asked to spend 2 percent of GDP on defense. That is a pipe dream for most member nations.
Ukrainian Hunger Strike Pilot Fears Death In Russian Jail
February 25 2015 2:26 PM EST
Nadiya Savchenko was allegedly captured by pro-Russian rebels and taken to Moscow, charged with involvement in Russian journalists' deaths.
Ukraine Officials in Washington To Request Weapons
February 25 2015 12:00 PM EST
For the first time since a ceasefire, nobody was killed in Ukraine over the past 24 hours. Meanwhile, Kiev wants lethal aid.
Pro-Russian Rebels Winning, But When Will They Stop?
February 24 2015 2:06 PM EST
Backed by a Russia unbowed by sanctions, Ukrainian rebels have made major gains -- and may not be done yet.
Nearly 6,000 Dead In Ukrainian War
February 24 2015 11:48 AM EST
The war began in April 2014 and the deaths include 63 children, says the U.N. Another 14,500 have been wounded.
Ukrainian Military Reports Rebel Drones Over East Ukraine
February 23 2015 11:43 AM EST
The drones are reported to be conducting reconnaissance flights over the disputed region.
Debaltseve Was Taken By Russian Soldiers, Says Newspaper
February 20 2015 2:07 PM EST
Regular Russian soldiers are said to have fought within various divisions of the rebel groups in the battle for the Ukrainian city.
Sweden And Finland Make War Pact
February 19 2015 3:13 PM EST
The two neutral countries are bonding over a shared fear of Russia.
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.
The Libyan Rebel Air Force? Not Quite
February 18 2015 3:21 PM EST
An Islamist militant group claims to have used aircraft to bomb targets in the Libyan civil war.
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.
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.
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.
State Department Confirms Ukraine Ceasefire Violations
February 16 2015 12:12 PM EST
The U.S. State Department says five people have died in violations of the Ukraine ceasefire agreement.