Ukraine Troops Fight to Avoid Being Surrounded by Rebels
As Ukrainian troops fought Monday to defend a strategic railway hub, Russian-backed separatists pledged to boost the size of...
Ukraine Rebels Claim New Key Victory is Within Grasp
Separatist forces in eastern Ukraine said Wednesday they have almost fully encircled government forces in a town that hosts a...
Ukraine Says Separatists Intensifying Attacks, Troops Killed
At least six Ukrainian troops have been killed in more than two days of fighting as separatists intensified shelling of gover...
NATO Sees Russia Ready for Ukraine Incursion
Russia still has enough troops along Ukraine's border to mount a major incursion, NATO's top commander said Wednesday.
Ukraine Accuses Russia of Sending Dozens of Tanks
Ukraine Russia of sending tanks and other heavy weapons into its rebel-controlled eastern regions and said five servicemen...
Ukraine: Military Plane Shot Down by Rocket
A Ukrainian military transport plane was shot down along the country's eastern border with Russia but all eight people aboard...
Insurgents Say Ukraine Region Opts for Sovereignty
Ninety percent of voters in a key industrial region in eastern Ukraine came out in favor of sovereignty Sunday, pro-Russian i...
Kiev: Forces 'Helpless' to Restore Order in East
Ukraine's police and security forces are "helpless" to quell the unrest in two eastern regions bordering Russia and in some c...
Shadowy Commander is Face of Insurgency in Ukraine
When commander Igor Strelkov appeared before the cameras recently in combat fatigues and a clipped mustache, he did more than...
Pro-Russians Say East Ukraine Region Independent
Pro-Russian separatists who seized a provincial administration building in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk on Monday pr...
Outgunned Ukraine Strives for Military Overhaul
Tanks headed north into Ukraine this week from Russian-controlled Crimea. Not at the head of an invading army, but on a train...
Ukraine Defense Chief Resigns; Troops Leave Crimea
Lawmakers in Ukraine accepted the resignation of the defense minister Tuesday as thousands of troops began withdrawing from t...
Ukraine's Self-Defense Units Look for the Enemy Within
Small pockets of Ukraine fighters are joining groups to root out pro-Russian separatists.
US Cozies Up to Uzbekistan for Afghan Role
The bloodiest massacre of protesters since Tianamen Square turned Uzbekistan into a pariah state. Now, the United States need...
Amnesty Says Torture of Ukraine War Prisoners is Rife
Both sides in eastern Ukraine are perpetrating war crimes almost daily, including torturing prisoners and summarily killing t...
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Col. Jason Lamb, took the stage before a packed audience of airmen with Lt. Gen. Brian Kelly.
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Green said leaders must stay plugged into what's happening on social media.
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The ruling paves the way for Christopher Hasson to be tried on all four counts in his indictment.
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