Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk tells the United Nations Security Council that Russian aggression in Ukraine is "unacceptable in the 21st century” Thursday.
Photos from around the region
Tensions are high ahead of the autonomous region’s vote on whether to join Russia.
Demonstrators kept up protests in Ukraine as Russia and Crimea moved to solidify ties.
Prospect of the region’s annexation to Russia worries a community persecuted from czarist to communist times.
Tibetans and supporters protested on the anniversary of a failed 1959 uprising against Chinese rule in Tibet.
Protesters demonstrated in Athens on Thursday against Greek austerity measures, despite a partial ban on rallies in the capital.
The secretary of state was in Rome on Thursday for a conference on Libya, and also met with his Russian counterpart on Ukraine.
The combat evacuation system that sprung up at the height of the Iraq war to care for the injured is being pared down.
Russian forces took possession of a ferry terminal that could be used to send even more troops into Crimea.
Ukrainians react as guards take their places in front of government buildings and Putin gains approval to send troops into Crimea.
Hundreds of people from neighboring Morocco have been climbing the fence.
Ukrainians piled heaps of flowers at makeshift shrines for protesters who were killed in the most recent clashes.
Journalists entered the house of former prosecutor general Viktor Pshonka on Monday, a Reuters photographer said.
Debt-laden European nations such as Greece are drifting away from a privileged era in public health.
Thousands of protesters descend on the presidential residence amid reports that documents were being destroyed.
Demonstrators have been gathering to speak against the government since November.
Residents in the Somerset village of Moorland, England, share what they will rescue first if their houses flood.