European Union makes Ukraine a candidate for joining the 27-nation bloc as the Russian military expands its grab of territory in eastern Ukraine on the 120th day of the armed conflict.
Ukraine expects Russia to begin a new push in the eastern Donbass region as Moscow shifts its focus to seizing territory there in the fighting, now in its 48th day.
Ukraine faces a new wave of attacks as the battle for Kiev rages on the fourth day of Russia's military campaign in the eastern European country. Here are the latest updates:
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has brushed aside suggestions that Moscow would wait until after the Beijing Games, as commercial satellite images show fresh Russian military deployments.
EU Commission Chief Ursula von der Leyen has presented plans for an emergency aid package for Ukraine as fears mount over the buildup of Russian forces at its border.
Neither Russia nor Belarus said how many troops would be involved in the drills, which Belarus said would take place in two stages amid growing tension in the region.
Kazakh president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev’s office has said that order has been restored in the country, as troops from a Russian-led military alliance continue to guard 'strategic facilities.'
Several residents crossing the Bugristoe border checkpoint into Russia have cited concerns over violent protests in Kazakhstan's largest city Almaty.
More than 10,000 Russian troops have been returning to their permanent bases after month-long drills near Ukraine, according to the Russian military.
Leaders of US and Russia square off over the massive build-up of Russian troops near the Ukrainian border as Moscow seeks "guarantees" that military bloc NATO won't expand eastward.
Moscow has stationed thousands of troops on Ukraine's border and in annexed Crimea, EU says, with its top diplomat Josep Borrell warning "the risk of further escalation is evident."
NATO Secretary General Stoltenberg urges Russia to end troop build-up around Ukraine and de-escalate tensions after a meeting with Ukraine’s Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba in Brussels.
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