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Ukraine rebels disavow ceasefire at encircled town
Pro-Russian rebels announced they would not observe the truce at Debaltseve, where Ukrainian army forces were encircled.
Man shot dead by Copenhagen police after gun attacks
Early Sunday, police said they had shot and killed a man after he fired at officers in the inner-city neighborhood of Noerrebro.
Ukraine ceasefire begins after fierce fighting in besieged town
Fighting raged until the last minute and Kyiv and the US accused Russia of fueling a final push by rebels to gain territory.
Man dies in shooting at Danish meeting with artist who drew Mohammad
Danish police said two suspects fled in a car after the attack on the gathering, which had been billed as a debate on art and blasphemy.
Ukraine fighting rages ahead of ceasefire
Kyiv and the US accused Russia of fueling a rebel onslaught to grab territory hours before the truce began.
8 Ukrainian servicemen killed in past 24 hours despite peace deal
The peace deal doesn't technically start until Sunday. But it's not a good omen.
Ukraine’s new peace deal: The good, the bad, the ugly
Analysis: Here's a look at the fine print of another ceasefire agreed to by world leaders in Minsk.
Epic overnight negotiations end in a peace deal for Ukraine
Given how quickly the first peace deal — also brokered in Minsk — fell apart last year, it's probably not quite time to get your hopes up.
Ukraine is not technically at war
But it might be soon.
More than 300 migrants died this week trying to reach Italy, UN says
A boat carrying an estimated 100 migrants is still missing, survivors told the UNHCR.
Greece and Ukraine have something in common: They could both sink the euro zone
Diplomatic efforts over the next few days could decide the fate of the economic bloc.
Here's how world leaders are trying to end the war in eastern Ukraine
Weapons. Sanctions. Diplomacy. What will resolve the conflict?
Thanks to 'Swiss Leaks' we know how much money rich people are hiding from the world
Analysis: Heard about income inequality lately? Here's one way the rich keep getting richer.
Free speech or treason? Welcome to Ukraine’s information war
Controversial journalist Ruslan Kotsaba called on fellow Ukrainians not to go to battle. Now he's under arrest accused of treason and spying.
Obama says he has not made a decision on lethal weapons for Ukraine
The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany will meet in Minsk, Belarus, on Wednesday to try to broker a new ceasefire in eastern Ukraine.
A massive blast lights up a rebel stronghold in Ukraine (VIDEO)
Neither the Ukrainian authorities nor pro-Russian separatists know exactly how it happened.
West presses Putin to back 'last-chance' Ukraine peace bid
Western leaders challenged Russian President Vladimir Putin Saturday to prove he wants peace in Ukraine.
Europe and US clash over how to confront Putin on Ukraine
On Saturday, Germany's Angela Merkel warned against sending arms to help Ukraine fight pro-Russian separatists.
Europe's other Greek problem
Beyond the economy, Athens' ties with Moscow are causing concern for allies.
Ukraine army and rebels manage brief truce to evacuate civilians
The pummeling of a key eastern Ukraine rail hub will resume momentarily.
This infographic shows how deadly the war in eastern Ukraine is
While Obama considers arming Ukraine, here's a quick snapshot of the conflict.
Here’s how you know the war in Ukraine is getting worse
And why the White House may be considering sending weapons there.
Greece says finance minister held initial talks with IMF official
Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis has been hopping across European capitals this week to win support for Greece's plan to restructure debt and end austerity.
Shelling near hospital in eastern Ukraine kills at least 3
The Ukrainian military said separatist forces had launched around 80 artillery or rocket attacks on Ukrainian positions and villages in the past 24 hours.
UN's highest court absolves Croatia, Serbia of genocide
The cases were part of the long legal fall-out from the break-up of Yugoslavia into seven states in wars that left more than 130,000 dead.
Can weapons from the US really help end Ukraine's brutal war?
Eight former US officials made a case for it this month. But not everyone is on board with the proposal.
For Greece, the clock is ticking
New government faces race against time to reach deal with skeptical European creditors.
The battle for eastern Ukraine intensifies
After the collapse of peace talks over the weekend, fighting erupted on multiple fronts.
Ukraine's war is getting worse, and not everyone wants to fight
Whether out of fear or political frustration, some Ukrainians are dodging the draft.
Ukraine peace talks aborted as civilians die in Donetsk
Water and electricity have been cut off in the towns, where government garrisons are all but encircled by rebel fighters.
Europe's Muslims struggle for normalcy after Paris attacks
Extremist threats and the rise of far-right politicians have put many Muslims in the position of defending their place in European communities.