The move came after electricity pylons carrying power from Ukraine into Crimea were blown up. Previously, Crimeans got most of their electricity from mainland Ukraine, despite the annexation by Russia. Now, things are much more uncertain.
Armed men in unmarked uniforms in Luhansk: The power struggle seems to be intensifying in this separatist stronghold in eastern Ukraine. Scenes in the center of the city are reminiscent of the annexation of Crimea.
As worries linger over Donald Trump’s relationship with Russia and his commitment to partners abroad, is the US still a dependable ally? Conflict Zone meets the US Army’s top general in Europe, Ben Hodges.
We need to create jobs, help facilitate trade and address the challenges of the Africa of the future, says Donald Yamamoto, who is in charge of African affairs at the US State Department.
He's a parliamentarian, a top equestrian and a socialite. But Ukraine's judiciary says he is also a crook, accusing Oleksandr Onyshchenko of illegal enrichment. Now it appears he's making a life for himself in Germany.
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