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No decision yet on Ukraine arms aid: Obama
No decision yet on Ukraine arms aid: Obama

US President Barack Obama said no decision had been made on whether to send weapons to Ukraine to help Kiev battle pro-Russian separatists.

No decision yet on Ukraine arms aid: Obama
Putin says Ukrainians have to agree among selves to end crisis
Putin says Ukrainians have to agree among selves to end crisis

Russian President Vladimir Putin said the conflict in Ukraine will continue if rival groups there do not agree among themselves.

Putin says Ukrainians have to agree among selves to end crisis
Photo courtesy of the Ministry of Defense press office
Kazakhstan armed forces to conduct Steppe Eagle 2015 peacekeeping drills with USA

Kazakhstan’s peacekeeping battalions will conduct the Steppe Eagle 2015 exercise near Almaty together with US armed forces.

Kazakhstan armed forces to conduct Steppe Eagle 2015 peacekeeping drills with USA
Democrats, Republicans urge Obama to arm Ukraine
Democrats, Republicans urge Obama to arm Ukraine

US senators from both parties renewed calls Thursday for President Barack Obama to boost military aid to Ukraine.

Democrats, Republicans urge Obama to arm Ukraine
NATO agrees to boost defences in eastern Europe
NATO agrees to boost defences in eastern Europe

NATO defence ministers agreed to immediately set up six bases in eastern Europe and establish a spearhead force of 5,000 troops in response to Russian aggression.

NATO agrees to boost defences in eastern Europe
After deadly shells, sorrow and chaos at Donetsk hospital
After deadly shells, sorrow and chaos at Donetsk hospital

Residents of the Tekstylnyk district in east Ukraine rebel stronghold Donetsk have only tears and unanswered questions after a barrage of shells killed four people.

After deadly shells, sorrow and chaos at Donetsk hospital
Greece defence minister reassures NATO over Russia ties
Greece defence minister reassures NATO over Russia ties

Greece's new government remains committed to its NATO role despite close ties with Russia that have worried its allies.

Greece defence minister reassures NATO over Russia ties
'No doubt' US will provide arms: Ukraine president
'No doubt' US will provide arms: Ukraine president

Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko said he has "no doubt" the US will provide weapons for the fight against pro-Russian separatists.

'No doubt' US will provide arms: Ukraine president
Germany will not send arms to Ukraine: Merkel
Germany will not send arms to Ukraine: Merkel

Germany will not provide Ukraine with weapons to fight Russian-backed rebels in the east, Chancellor Angela Merkel said.

Germany will not send arms to Ukraine: Merkel
Fierce fighting rages for key Ukraine town
Fierce fighting rages for key Ukraine town

Battles raged between government forces and pro-Russian rebels for control of a strategic transport hub as the death toll mounted in east Ukraine.

Fierce fighting rages for key Ukraine town
US reconsidering arming Ukraine's forces: report
US reconsidering arming Ukraine's forces: report

NATO's military commander and Obama administration officials appear to be moving toward supporting sending defensive weapons to Kiev.

US reconsidering arming Ukraine's forces: report
Hezbollah head says not seeking new war but warns Israel
Hezbollah head says not seeking new war but warns Israel

Hezbollah chief Hassan Nasrallah said his Shiite militant group is not seeking confrontation with Israel.

Hezbollah head says not seeking new war but warns Israel
Obama to request hike in US military budget: officials
Obama to request hike in US military budget: officials

President Barack Obama plans to ask for an increase in military spending in a proposed budget for 2016.

Obama to request hike in US military budget: officials
More than 1,000 children living rough in Donetsk
More than 1,000 children living rough in Donetsk

About 1,100 children are living rough in underground shelters in Ukraine's rebel-held eastern city of Donetsk.

More than 1,000 children living rough in Donetsk
NATO chief warns of returning jihadists threat
NATO chief warns of returning jihadists threat

Visiting NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg warned authorities in mainly Muslim Kosovo of the danger posed by foreign fighters returning from Syria and Iraq.

NATO chief warns of returning jihadists threat
Soldiers of Kazakhstan's army. ©REUTERS
Kazakhstan's army ranks 80th in Global Firepower Index

Kazakhstan’s army has been ranked 80th in the updated Global Firepower Index.

Kazakhstan's army ranks 80th in Global Firepower Index
Ukraine cedes airport on one of bloodiest days of war
Ukraine cedes airport on one of bloodiest days of war

Ukrainian forces ceded a long-disputed airport to Russian-backed rebels as an upsurge in clashes killed nearly 50 people.

Ukraine cedes airport on one of bloodiest days of war
Russia pursuing 'occupation plan' in Ukraine: US envoy
Russia pursuing 'occupation plan' in Ukraine: US envoy

Russia's latest actions in Ukraine are clear evidence that President Vladimir Putin is pursuing an "occupation plan" of Moscow's neighbor.

Russia pursuing 'occupation plan' in Ukraine: US envoy
NATO says Russia has increased equipment flows into Ukraine
NATO says Russia has increased equipment flows into Ukraine

NATO head Jens Stoltenberg said Russia had recently increased the flow of heavy arms and equipment into eastern Ukraine.

NATO says Russia has increased equipment flows into Ukraine
 Ukrainian military spokesman Andriy Lysenko. ©RIA Novosti
'Russian forces' attack Ukraine troops in separatist east

Ukraine accused Russian forces of attacking its soldiers fighting pro-Kremlin insurgents in the ex-Soviet republic's separatist east.

'Russian forces' attack Ukraine troops in separatist east