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Government, Opposition in Venezuela Mark Progress in Talks

Venezuela's government and opposition representatives made their first breakthrough in negotiations called to wind down tensions in the country.

World | 3 hours ago | Viewed: 207

NATO to React "Immediately" on Ukrainian Crisis

NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen has announced plans to "immediately" bolster collective defense at the alliance's eastern flank.

World | 4 hours ago | Viewed: 311

South Korean Ferry Death Toll Climbs to 4, Many Missing

The latest death toll from the capsized ferry off the coast of South Korea has climbed to 4, with 292 people still unaccounted for.

World | 5 hours ago | Viewed: 260

Putin, Lavrov Warn Against Use of Army in Eastern Ukraine

Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that Ukraine was "on the verge of civil war" and described the actions of Ukraine's military in the east as "unacceptable".

World | 5 hours ago | Viewed: 363

Serbia's Vucic Offers Socialists to Enter Coalition

The Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) has offered seats in government to the socialists, led by outgoing Prime Minister Ivica Dacic.

World | 7 hours ago | Viewed: 242

Estonia Calls for More NATO Presence

Estonia is worried by Russia's actions in Ukraine and favors increased military presence on its territory as a security measure.

World | 8 hours ago | Viewed: 371

Lavrov Confirms Russia’s Commitment to Geneva Talks

Russia will not pull out of the four-party talks on the Ukraine crisis scheduled for Thursday in Geneva, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov confirmed.

World | 9 hours ago | Viewed: 321

South Korean Ferry Capsizes, At Least 2 Dead

A ferry with 459 people has capsized off the coast of South Korea, leaving at least 2 dead.

World | April 16, 2014, Wednesday // 09:18 | Viewed: 313

Ukraine's Army Starts Anti-Terror Operation in Kramatorsk

The Ukrainian army has stormed Kramatorsk Airfield in Donetsk region, in a moved that has marked the beginning of a long-forewarned "anti-terrorist operation".

World | April 15, 2014, Tuesday // 17:46 | Viewed: 832

Protesters Attempt to Storm Ukraine Parliament

A group of demonstrators have attempted to storm the Verkhovna Rada (Parliament) building in Ukraine's capital Kiev on Tuesday.

World | April 15, 2014, Tuesday // 15:02 | Viewed: 651

Kosovo to Request Setting Up Special EU Tribunal

Kosovo will ask the EU to set up a special tribunal outside the country, to address war crimes committed in the 1990s.

World | April 15, 2014, Tuesday // 13:30 | Viewed: 541

Malaysia Airliner Search Challenged by Deep Waters

Deep waters in the Indian Ocean have been hampering the search for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 370.

World | April 15, 2014, Tuesday // 12:45 | Viewed: 485

Police Station Stormed as Kiev Moves to Quell Blockades

Pro-Russian fractions have stormed a police station in the Ukrainian city Horlivka, Donetsk region on Monday night.

World | April 15, 2014, Tuesday // 11:36 | Viewed: 440

Ukrainian Candidate for Presidency Brutally Beaten

Ukrainian MP Oleг Tsarev, a presidential candidate, has been brutally beaten by radicals in Kiev and is now in critical condition, a spokesman for the candidate said Tuesday.

World | April 15, 2014, Tuesday // 11:02 | Viewed: 670

Pentagon Informed of A 'Provocation' by Russian Fighter in Black Sea

A Russian attack plane engaged in “provocative” acts Saturday towards the destroyer USS Donald Cook in international waters, the Pentagon informed on Monday evening.

World | April 15, 2014, Tuesday // 10:15 | Viewed: 701

Thousands of Latvians Face Unemployment Due to Sanctions on Russia

Economic sanctions imposed on Russia over current crisis in Ukraine may trigger a wave of unemployment in Latvia, according to top official.

World | April 14, 2014, Monday // 17:39 | Viewed: 808

Referendum on Ukraine's Status Not Ruled Out - Turchynov

Ukraine's interim President Oleksandr Turchynov does not rule out the holding of a referendum on the state system.

World | April 14, 2014, Monday // 16:08 | Viewed: 699

Greek Protesters Clash with Police over Extra Working Hours on Sunday

Clashes erupted in Greece between protesters and riot police in the capital Athens during a demonstration against a decision on extra Sunday working hours for retailers.

World | April 14, 2014, Monday // 10:51 | Viewed: 645

Fire In Chile Kills At Least 12, Destroys Thousands of Homes

A forest fire, which got out of control near Chile's city of Valparaiso killed at least 12 people and destroyed thousands of homes over the weekend.

World | April 14, 2014, Monday // 09:32 | Viewed: 502

Gjorge Ivanov Wins First Round of Macedonia's Presidential Elections

Incumbent President Gjorge Ivanov, from the ruling VMRO DPMNE party, has declared victory at Macedonia's presidential elections.

World | April 14, 2014, Monday // 08:28 | Viewed: 831

Police Raid in Ukraine's Slaviansk Leaves at least 1 Dead

The "anti-terrorist" operation of Ukrainian security forces in the eastern town of Slaviansk has left at least one dead and several injured.

World | April 13, 2014, Sunday // 16:31 | Viewed: 819
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