Grandfather dies protecting his grandson in 150-foot cliff fall
Austyn Kerley was on an off-roading trip with his family near the Red River earlier this month when he and his grandfather, Gerard Greenough, 63, got their jeep stuck on a mountain trail.
FBI asks for help in serching for 6-year-old North Carolina autistic and mute boy
Federal authorities have joined a massive search effort for a missing 6-year-old boy with autism who was last seen at a North Carolina park Saturday.
Five people, including three babies, stabbed at New York day care
According to authorities, a 52-year-old woman who works at the day care stabbed her female co-worker with a kitchen knife before stabbing three infants and the father of one of the babies.
Russia to move S-400 missile systems on combat duty to Crimea
In January, the Russian military will strengthen the air defense of Crimea by new S-400 missile systems.
Poroshenko underlines that Ukraine will not betray or forget the captives insisting to increase efforts on returning hostages home
The Ukrainian government should resume talks with Moscow, insisting on the release of Ukrainian hostages in the occupied Donbas and Russia, Poroshenko said at a briefing during his working visit to Odesa region.
Ukrainians illegally kept in the occupied areas were warmly welcomed home at Boryspil airport after the prisoner swap: photos
On December 27, a prisoner swap took place in a neutral zone near the town of Mayorsk, close to the Russian-occupied town of Horlivka, in Donetsk region
Tillerson on Russia: "We have no illusions about the regime we are dealing with"
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in his column in The New York Times has said the United States has no illusions about today's regime in Russia.
Poroshenko calls receiving American weapons "a transatlantic vaccination against the Russian virus of aggression"
Ukrainian president emphasizes that USA has adopted a long-awaited and fundamental decision on providing lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine.
Poroshenko met liberated Ukrainians on the touch line: I will do everything to free every warrior
Near the touch line, President Petro Poroshenko met liberated Ukrainians who were kept in the occupied territories of Donetsk and Luhansk regions.
EU prolongs economic sanctions against Russia in response to aggression toward Ukraine
The Council of the European Union on Thursday officially resolved to extend sectoral economic sanctions against Russia until July 31, 2018, a communiqué released in Brussels said.
Poroshenko with the Foreign Minister of Canada Freeland discussed the dangerous situation in the Donbas
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko met with Minister of Foreign Affairs of Canada Chrystia Freeland.
U.S. Senator John McCain urges Trump to authorize sales of more powerful lethal weapons to Ukraine
U.S. Senator John McCain has urged U.S. President Donald Trump to approve additional sales of lethal defensive weapons to Ukraine. The relevant statement was posted on the website of the senator.