U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry warned that Russia was running out of time to comply with an accord aimed at easing tensions in Ukraine, as Russian forces began new military exercises on the two countries' border.
President Vladimir Putin warned Ukraine against continuing its anti-separatist offensive after government troops killed five rebels and prompted Russia’s military to begin new drills on the two nations’ border.
Hillary Clinton wrote and circled the word “no” next to future Vice President Joe Biden’s name on a list of lawmakers who supported or opposed her health-care plan in 1993, according to newly released documents from the Clinton presidential library.
Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank International AG, Austria’s most costly bank failure, pushed up bad debt charges and writedowns as it found “skeletons in the closet” while speeding up its dismantling under European Union orders.
President Barack Obama said indifference to Russia’s attempt to unilaterally redraw the boundaries of Ukraine would ignore the lessons that are written in the cemeteries for the dead in two world wars.
President Barack Obama said the U.S. and its European allies stand united against Russian attempts to redraw Ukraine’s boundaries, while warning that indifference would ignore the lessons from two world wars.
Aleksandar Vucic, the favorite to become Serbian prime minister after elections this month, is campaigning as the candidate who can bring home investment from the United Arab Emirates, including a $4 billion plan to redevelop Belgrade’s waterfront.