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By Associated Press
President Barack Obama is warning Russia "there will be costs" for any military maneuvers it launches in Ukraine, a move U.S. and Ukrainian officials say they believe to be already underway.
By PBS NewsHour
Ukraine’s new interior minister accused Moscow of an “armed invasion,” after armed gunmen took over two airports, a coast guard station and a border post in the pro-Russian Crimea region. President Obama meanwhile warned that any violation of Ukraine’s sovereignty…
Crimea, a former Russian-held region, is home to Russia’s Black Sea naval fleet and other important Russian assets. With Ukraine in turmoil over the future of its leadership, Jeffrey Brown talks to Angela Stent of Georgetown University and Dimitri Simes…
By News Desk
President Barack Obama said Friday afternoon that "we are now deeply concerned about reports of movements taken by the Russian Federation within Ukraine" and "there will be costs" to any military intervention.
On our program Thursday, pro-Russian protesters seized the Crimean parliament, once Ukraine voted in a new prime minister. Also: We look at a refugee camp in Syria struggling to receive humanitarian aid, President Barack Obama’s new initiative for young men…
Judy Woodruff gets analysis from Fiona Hill of the Brookings Institution and Nadia Diuk of the National Endowment for Democracy about the challenges ahead for finding unity in Ukraine and the chances of Russia stepping in as unrest continues.
On our program Wednesday, both pro- and anti-Russian demonstrators clashed in the Crimea region of Ukraine, while Russia conducted surprise military exercises near its neighbor’s border. Also, we look at the falling obesity rate among American preschoolers, cleaner cookstoves for…
While prospective new Ukrainian leaders were introduced in Kiev, in the Crimean region, pro-Russian demonstrators clashed with supporters of the protest movement. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports on the separatist tensions flaring in Eastern Ukraine.
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