Russia has warned it would quickly take "retaliatory measures" if the U.S. and its allies reject its security demands over NATO and Ukraine.
By Vladimir Isachenkov, Associated Press
State Department spokesman Ned Price will hold a news briefing on Tuesday, following an announcement from the Pentagon that 8,500 troops would be put on heightened alert due to continued tensions with Russia over Ukraine.
By News Desk
Ukraine's leaders are seeking to reassure the nation that a feared invasion from neighboring Russia is not imminent.
By Yuras Karmanau, Associated Press
Speaking at the briefing Tuesday, press secretary Jen Psaki underscored that assessment, saying, "imminent has a pretty intense meaning."…
By Associated Press
By Lorne Cook, Robert Burns, Associated Press
The Pentagon says that Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin has put about 8,500 troops on heightened alert, so they will be prepared to deploy if needed to reassure NATO allies in the face of ongoing Russian aggression on the border of…
The United States' State Department says there is "no daylight" when it comes to Western allies dealing with Russia in the crisis at the Ukrainian border.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
US draws down Ukraine embassy presence as war fears mount…
By Mark Sherman, Associated Press
At President Biden's direction, the Pentagon is putting about 8,500 U.S.-based troops on heightened alert for potential deployment to Europe amid rising fears of a possible Russian military move on Ukraine.
By Jill Lawless, Jim Heintz, Associated Press
Russia’s Foreign Ministry on Sunday rejected a British claim that the Kremlin is seeking to replace Ukraine’s government with a pro-Moscow administration, and that former Ukrainian lawmaker Yevheniy Murayev is a potential candidate.
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