Moscow has repeatedly protested U.S. military presence in a region where it once enjoyed sweeping naval dominance.
The EU cannot afford to become indifferent to threats to the rule of law among its members.
The U.S. military is making sure it's prepared to face threats in Europe.
The 1.6 million who have been displaced are being badly treated by Ukraine.
The U.S secretary of state said, "There is broad consensus among all the NATO members that there is no normalization of dialogue with Russia today."
Russia's deputy defense minister took several jabs at the U.S., warning that it is becoming unclear what needs to happen to improve relations.
Expensive upgrades to local rail may be required so trains can go across the bridge once it's completed, local officials reportedly said.
The minority Muslim group were called traitors by Stalin, and are branded Muslim radicals by Putin's Russia.
Judges in the Netherlands said that the gold, originally from Crimea, may be returned to Ukraine instead.
The U.S. currently has around 62,000 troops in Europe.
Germany, France and 21 other European states have voted to plan their defenses together and avoid wasteful spending.
Veterans are more likely to be jobless and they have suicide rates higher than the national average.
Take the former Glenview Naval Air Station, near Chicago, for example.
The attack was the second attempt this year from Russia's mostly Muslim Chechnya region to slay the man that Russia has accused of plotting to kill President Vladimir Putin.
The U.S. Marines have ramped up their presence in Europe in the past few years.
Since seizing Crimea from Ukraine, Russia has reinforced military assets in Black Sea waters around it and is now building its first land link to the territory.
It's disheartening to see law enforcement agencies more concerned with lining their pockets than fighting corruption.
The Ratnik-3 is a future infantry combat suit with a built-in exoskeleton, state-of-the-art reconnaissance and weaponry and, now, a nuclear-resistant watch.
The future of Poland's position in the European Union remains uncertain.
The Sokil drone system is a success, Ukraine's National Security and Defense Council announced, saying the next step is deploying the kit to the battlefield.
Mattis hinted that the U.S. could send defensive weapons to Ukraine.
Moscow claims that any Russian military hardware was looted by rebels from Ukrainian government depots.
Putin welcomed the audience to the 15th annual jazz festival in Crimea—an event that his annexation drove out of the region.
The military-industrial complex is more committed to exporting weapons than supplying Ukraine's front line troops.
Moscow has poured billions into a bridge set to open next year, but Ukraine is preparing a lawsuit against it.
Russia annexed Crimea in 2014 with lofty tourism targets, but bookings for 2017 are reportedly down 30 percent.