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By Edith M. Lederer, Associated Press
European Union officials say the 27-nation bloc should impose "biting sanctions" on Russian trade and hit officials responsible for "sham referendums" held in parts of Ukraine.
By Lorne Cook, Samuel Petrequin, Associated Press
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Hungary’s governing party says it wants to poll the country’s citizens on whether they support European Union sanctions imposed against Russia over its war in Ukraine.
By Justin Spike, Associated Press
Leaders of the G-7 announced new measures Monday to try and punish Russia for its invasion of Ukraine. The steps are designed to target Russia’s economy and military long term. But in the meantime, Russia’s total war in Ukraine marches…
By Nick Schifrin, Teresa Cebrian Aranda
Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic has refused to explicitly condemn Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and his country has not joined Western sanctions against Moscow.
By Dusan Stojanovic, Associated Press
By Sylvia Hui, Aamer Madhani, Associated Press
Leaders from the Group of Seven developed democracies have pledged to phasing out or banning the import of Russian oil, as they met with Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy to stress their support.
By Ken Sweet, Associated Press
Investors remain largely convinced that Russia will eventually default on its debts for the first time since 1917. The major ratings agencies Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s have declared Russia is in “selective default” on its obligations.
By Nick Schifrin, Dan Sagalyn
President Biden on Thursday said his administration was reviewing ways to convert assets seized from wealthy Russians with ties to Vladimir Putin and use them to help Ukraine with arms and reconstruction. New Jersey Rep. Tom Malinowski, a Democrat who…
By Ken Sweet, Fatima Hussein, Associated Press
As the West moved to cut off Russia’s access to its foreign reserves, limit imports of key technologies and take other restrictive actions, the Kremlin launched some drastic measures to protect the economy.
By Joshua Goodman, Helen Wieffering, Associated Press
A U.S. ban on seafood imports from Russia over its invasion of Ukraine was supposed to sap billions of dollars from Vladimir Putin's war machine.
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