The latest poll by TNS showed 29 percent of Scots intended to vote "Yes" to independence in the Sept. 18 referendum, up from 28 percent a month ago
The UN refugee agency warned of 'serious gaps in the system' despite improved conditions compared with past.
Greece and Crete express concerns over the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons in the Mediterranean.
Jean-Christophe Cambadelis was elected by the party's national congress to replace Harlem Desir, weeks after local polls in which the Socialists lost dozens of towns to the right and far-right opposition
State security service (SBU) spokeswoman said rebels had occupied the local SBU offices in Kramatorsk, Ukrainian armed forces launched a "special operation"
Diplomats said the Europeans wanted to strengthen the Western hand in Geneva, where the EU will be represented by foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton, by making the threat of sanctions sound real.
Hague's comments, released in advance by his office, come after Russia declared Ukraine to be on the verge of civil war and as Kiev said an "anti-terrorist operation" against pro-Moscow separatists was under way.
Juan Carlos' delegation includes Defense Minister Pedro Morenes; Public Works Minister Ana Pastor Julian; Industry, Energy and Tourism Minister Jose Manuel Soria; and other senior Spanish officials.
Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier told Swiss newspaper the Neue Zürcher Zeitung that Europe was in real danger of splitting and that by annexing Crimea, Russia was testing the West.
Rasmussen told reporters: "We never ... comment on intelligence, but I think from what is visible, it is very clear that Russia's hand is deeply engaged in this."
The village of Castrillo Matajudíos, which means Castrillo 'Jew Killer' in English, was once the site of two Jewish massacres in 1035 and 1109.
Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev gave a gloomy assessment after at least two people died on Sunday when Kiev unsuccessfully tried to regain control in the town of Slaviansk
Tuesday's pre-dawn incident occurred after the man transported seven migrants to a remote part of the southeastern Aegean island of Kos, the coast guard said in a statement
Zambellas said he believed independence would "fundamentally change maritime security for everyone in the United Kingdom" and damage the heart of the navy's capabilities.
Britain announced in January that the agency's current chief, Iain Lobban, would be standing down after six years in charge of Britain's equivalent of America's National Security Agency (NSA).
Yurii Klymenko said Ukraine wanted to use the talks, which will bring together top U.S., European Union, Russian and Ukrainian diplomats, to reduce tensions on its borders with Russia.
Golden Dawn candidate Kasidiaris outlined a long list of priorities if elected - from vaccinating stray dogs to hosting ancient Greek-style games in the city and erecting a statue of a former Greek Orthodox archbishop.
Crimean Tatar leader Mustafa Jemilev was in the Turkish capital Ankara to receive the highest state award for his struggles.
Interim president Oleksander Turchinov insisted the operation had started in the eastern Donetsk region, although it would happen in stages and "in a considered way".
The court said the prominent 77-year-old centre-right politician will not be allowed to travel outside the Lombardy region where he has his principal residence except for trips to Rome
Oleh Tsarev, who has backed Ukraine's membership of the Moscow-led customs union rather than European integration, was attacked