The UN is unlikely to pass any resolutions on Ukraine, but Power said “there is utility” in meeting and highlighting “the extent of Russia’s isolation.”
President Obama called the Crimean parliament’s decision illegal, and said the world was “beyond the days when borders can be redrawn over the heads of democratic leaders.”
At least five soldiers belonging to the South Sudanese military died in fighting reportedly sparked by unpaid wages.
As a part of the multi-year offer, the E.U. would help Ukraine reduce its dependency on Russian natural gas by developing a pipeline connection with Slovakia.
Former Dutch Ambassador to Ukraine Robert Serry was confronted and threatened by 10-15 armed individuals today while on an official visit in Crimea.
Two U.S. states enacted medical marijuana laws in 2013, a violation of the 1961 Single Convention on Narcotic Drugs.
Ban Ki-moon urges Security Council to authorize a contingent of 10,000 peacekeepers to restore order in the war-torn nation.
“This is a question of defending our citizens and compatriots, and ensuring human rights,” Foreign Minister Lavrov said Monday.
President Obama cautioned Russia on Friday that any violations of Ukraine’s sovereignty would constitute a violation of international law.
Thousands of Muslim residents are surrounded by Christian militiamen in the war-torn capital Bangui and are ‘at risk of massacre’