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Ukrainian Protestants Say Religious Intolerance Rising In Donetsk

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Cars drive past the Kremlin along the Moscow River last December. Foreign automakers had been ramping up production in Russia, but the country's economic woes have caused car sales to drop sharply. Several foreign automakers have cut back production, and General Motors is pulling out of Russia. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Foreign Carmakers Shift Into Reverse In Russia

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A Ukrainian serviceman walks in the village of Pisky in the region of Donetsk controlled by Ukrainian forces on Feb. 26. Oleksandr Ratushniak/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Despite Cease-Fire, Skirmishes Carry On Along Ukraine's Front Line

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In Eastern Ukraine, A Cease-Fire In Name Only

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Workers stand next to a gas pipeline not far from the central Ukrainian city of Poltava in June 2014. Ukraine imports much of its gas from Russia, which is once again threatening to cut off supplies in a dispute over payments. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A New Front In The Ukrainian Conflict: Russian Gas Imports

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Thousands March In Moscow In Memory of Murdered Opposition Figure Boris Nemtsov

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Boris Nemtsov, Shot Friday, Was A Vehement Anti-Putin Critic

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Putin Critic Boris Nemtsov Shot Dead In Moscow

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On Sunday, thousands of people gathered in Maidan to mark the first anniversary of anti-government demonstrations that left scores of protesters dead. Geovien So/Barcroft Media/Landov hide caption

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In Battered Ukraine, Spirit Of Defiance Lives On In Maidan Square

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State Department Spokeswoman's Promotion Means End To 'Psaking' In Russia

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Ukrainian Soldiers Retreat After Eastern Town Falls

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Minsk Meeting Aimed At Stopping Fighting In Eastern Ukraine

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Russian soldiers guard the entrance to the Ukrainian military base in Perevalne, Crimea, last March. Russia was criticized widely internationally after seizing the region. Now Russian lawmakers are considering a bill that says Crimea was illegally given to Ukraine in 1954 and should have been part of Russia all along. Ivan Sekretarev/AP hide caption

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