Сupid has managed to maneuver even between hails of bullets in Ukraine's conflict-stricken Donbas, where Russia-backed militants continue to control large sections of the eastern Donbas. Cupid's arrows can also strike, too, and some of hit the hearts of militants and their soul mates.
The co-pilot suspected of deliberately crashing an airliner, killing 150 people, had told his girlfriend he was planning a spectacular gesture so "everyone will know my name", a German daily said on March 28.
Ukraine's two eastern Oblasts remained tense across all front lines, a military spokesman said, as backers of an ousted governor plan a rally in Dnipropetrovsk, an industrial city west of rebel-controlled Donetsk.
A Russian legislator visiting Armenia on March 28 said a Russian soldier suspected of leaving a Russian military base in Armenia and killing seven Armenia civilians in a nearby town will be tried by a Russian military court in Armenia.
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Iran and six major powers are negotiating in the Swiss city of Lausanne ahead of an end-March deadline for a historic framework agreement that would curb Tehran's nuclear program in exchange for lifting sanctions.
Kazakhstan's prime minister has signed deals worth some $23.6 billion during his visit to China. The agreements were signed on March 27 during Kazakh Prime Minister Karim Masimov's meeting with his Chinese counterpart, Li Keqiang.
ABUJA, Nigeria - Nigeria is holding a crucial election which experts say is too close to call. Here's a look at Africa's most populous country and its biggest economy.
Of the many battles Ukraine and Russia are fighting, an argument about whether to call the $3 billion Kyiv owes Moscow at the end of this year "official" or "private" debt may seem insignificant.
Vladimir Putin has an army of professional trolls running thousand of fake Twitter and Facebook accounts to flood social media with pro-Russia propaganda.
A summit between leading European Union officials and Ukraine's leaders will take place on April 27, Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko announced on March 28.
Russia's Minister of Defense Sergei Shoigu has called mass media "but another arm of the armed forces." There is nothing strange is such a world perspective. Shoigu, incidentally, was the son of a party journalist who rose to the post of secretary of the Tuvan Regional Party Committee. And who himself was secretary of the party's city committee. Yes, the person who is generally seen as a general is in reality an ordinary party worker who has never served in the army and who was a lieutenant in the reserves. Shoigu received his general’s ranks while serving as minister at the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations. And it is obvious that for such a person the Bible is not the Statutes of the Armed Forces but rather Vladimir Lenin's article "The Party Organization and Party Literature."
LOGVINOVE - A stuffed toy horse hanging from a gate reminds visitors that the war-ravaged eastern Ukraine village of Logvinove, now held by pro-Russian separatists, was once bustling with life.
This week, the United States delivered a shipment 10 Humvees to the Ukrainian government - the first installment of a $75 million aid package of non-lethal equipment that is meant to assist the fight against Russia-backed rebels in the country's east.
RIGA - A war of words between Russia and the West could degenerate into something worse, with "devastating" consequences, Latvia's foreign minister said on March 27.
Greece's Energy Minister Panagiotis Lafazanis will meet his Russian counterpart and the CEO of energy giant Gazprom in Moscow on March 30, as he hit out at the EU and Germany for tightening a 'noose' around the Greek economy.
MOSCOW - Russian President Vladimir Putin has awarded several military units a hugely prestigious title that was given to troops for heroism during WWII, sparking new questions about the Kremlin's involvement in Ukraine.
This footage shows a Russian orthodox priest blessing a group of Russian-backed militants before they go off to fight Ukrainian forces in eastern Ukraine.
A holiday-shortened but dense week is kicking off on March 30 for followers of the European Union, with top EU officials in Kiev to show support to the embattled government in Ukraine. March 31 will be D-day for the Iran nuclear talks which have been going on for more than a decade.