Ukraine’s breakaway region of Crimea will fully switch to the Russian ruble within the next 2-3 weeks.
The Ukrainian parliament has adopted a resolution recommending that acting President Oleksandr Turchynov resume mandatory drafting of conscripts into the country's army.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin admitted that the “little green men” who seized strategic points in Crimea in March were Russian troops.
Two thirds of the rebel fighters in Syria are citizens of European countries, says a report of the London-based International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation.
Politics are being played out in the world that are aiming to divide Russians and Ukrainians, who are virtually "the same people", Russian President Vladimir Putin said.
An order for all Jews in the eastern Ukraine city of Donetsk to register with the recently proclaimed People's Republic of Donetsk has reportedly been issued by new authorities.
Manuel Valls, who became France's new Prime Minister in April, announced a series of austerity measures to reduce public spending.
Cuba's parliament has approved a new law that seeks to make the country more attractive for foreign investors, Wednesday.
Some 287 passengers from the capsized ferry off the coast of South Korea are still missing more than 24 hours after the accident.
Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has been put on a wanted list, Oleh Makhnitskyi, acting Prosecutor General of Ukraine, said Wednesday.
Three pro-Russian separatists were killed in South-Eastern Ukraine's Mariupol, Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said on Thursday.
Venezuela's government and opposition representatives made their first breakthrough in negotiations called to wind down tensions in the country.
The latest death toll from the capsized ferry off the coast of South Korea has climbed to 4, with 292 people still unaccounted for.
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".
The Serbian Progressive Party (SNS) has offered seats in government to the socialists, led by outgoing Prime Minister Ivica Dacic.
Russia will not pull out of the four-party talks on the Ukraine crisis scheduled for Thursday in Geneva, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov confirmed.
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