Latest "Crimea" stories
“The likelihood of more substantive escalation on the Ukrainian boarders as for today is viewed as low,” according to the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense.
By Howard Altman and Susan Fraser
If Russia invades, some of Kharkiv’s 1 million plus people say they stand ready to abandon their civilian lives and wage a guerrilla campaign against one of the world’s greatest military powers.
By Mstysalv Chernov and Dasha Litvinova
U.S. Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield said Russia’s actions pose “a clear threat to international peace and security and the U.N. Charter.”
By Edith M. Lederer, The Associated Press
A large-scale Russian offensive would spell disaster not only for Ukraine and Europe but for U.S. interests and credibility as well.
By Bradley Bowman, John Hardie and Jack Sullivan