Rebels claim no attack took place
Ukraine and the West fear Russian just wants its troops in rebel-held territory
Canada maintains ‘principled position’ in eastern Europe
Russian PM says ban covers products from Canada, the U.S., the European Union, Australia and Norway.
Will the military step in to protect Russian rebels?
Bans come amid reports Russia is massing thousands of troops along the Ukrainian border
‘MH17 reminds us all that we can always do better and need to do so’
New sanctions to be co-ordinated with partners in the United States and Europe
Lobbing rockets across an international border is generally considered an act of war
In an unusual move, the Prime Minister writes that separatists in Ukraine are an extension of Russia’s power
The number of people under EU sanction in connection with Russia’s annexation of Crimea and the revolt in eastern Ukraine is now 87.
We have no answers yet from Ukraine, as the recovery continues–only glimpses into the 298 people who died on that tragic flight
Investigators can look into whether Russia played role in Alexander Litvinenko’s demise
John Baird says Russian-backed rebels need to allow for investigation into flight MH-17
“They could easily make a tragic mistake and shoot down a passenger plane”
Vladimir Putin says the U.S. is only hurting itself
Six fighter jets will contribute to NATO’s policing mission