Lina Medina from Ticrapo, Peru, became the world’s youngest mother in 1939, the report said.
Putin accused Ukraine’s leaders of committing a “grave crime” by using the army to quell unrest in the east.
A column of armored vehicles flying Russian flags drove into a Ukrainian city controlled by pro-Russia insurgents.
One Ukrainian state security officer was killed and five were wounded on the government side in Sunday’s operation in Slaviansk.
Armed men seize four govt buildings.
The decision could limit the supplies of at least 18 European nations for the third time since 2006.
The events in the east were unfolding just hours after a Ukrainian military officer was shot and killed in Crimea in a confrontation with Russian troops.
Yatsenyuk said Russian troops remain stationed within 30 kilometres of the frontier.
British navy’s HMS Echo, which is fitted with sophisticated sound locating equipment, is moving immediately to the area where signals were detected.
Australian vessel Ocean Shield also is investigating a separate acoustic detection.
Western-backed Ukrainian officials are scrambling to find new sources of energy after Russia hiked its gas price by 80 per cent in response to the overthrow of Kiev’s pro-Kremlin regime.
Two ships with equipment that can hear the black boxes’ pings were slowly making their way along a 240-kilometer route that Flight 370 might have entered.
British police reviewed Lawson’s evidence but announced they would not be bringing any charges.
Russian force on border is ‘very large and very capable and very ready’, warns NATO General.
Viktor Yanukovych calls Russia’s annexation of Crimea “a tragedy”.
Lufthansa cancels 900 flights due to strike KIRSTEN GRIESHABER, Associated Press BERLIN (AP) — Lufthansa canceled almost 900 domestic and intercontinental flights on Wednesday, after the pilots’ union started a three-day strike in a wage dispute with Germany’s largest airline. The carrier expects to cancel about 3,800 flights through Friday, affecting more than 425,000 […]
The president’s spokesman Dmitry Peskov confirmed to state-owned Itar-TASS news agency that “the divorce has completed.”
Seeks ways to better protect alliance members that feel threatened by Kremlin, Steps up air patrols over Baltic Sea
A 400-square-meter area of the Lutheran Georgen Parochial cemetery will be reserved as a graveyard for up to 80 lesbians.
Atwal claims the photograph was taken seven months ago while he was on holiday in India.
In Belgium, the international backlash to De Morgen’s attempt at satire has prompted soul-searching.
They did not make clear whether other Russian troops near the border would pull back.
Investigators have been puzzled over what happened to Flight 370, with speculation ranging from equipment failure and a botched hijacking to terrorism.
Telephone talks between Putin and Barack Obama were the latest signs of lessening tensions between Moscow and West.
Tatars, an indigenous population of Turkic origin, were deported from Crimea to Central Asia in 1944 under Soviet leader Josef Stalin.
Londoners Sean Adl-Tabatabai and Sinclair Treadway were among the first to tie the knot in Britain.
Recent events in Crimea demonstrated new capabilities of our Armed Forces and their high morale, said Vladimir Putin.
Stoltenberg will face a challenge trying to persuade European countries to reverse or end sharp cuts in defence spending.
Ukraine’s Finance Ministry has said it needs $35 billion over the next two years.
Search for missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 is producing strange bedfellows, including traditional antagonists.