Russia conducted military exercises in its south-eastern Rostov region, which borders Ukraine
Northern England is overall less wealthy than the country's south, which hosts England's capital and economic powerhouse London.
"It was the absolutely necessary rescue of a nation. We should support the new government and help," Blair said, referring to the coup in Egypt.
Stephan Jansen said in a letter published in the daily De Volkskrant on Wednesday that anti-Moroccan remarks by Wilders had marginalised the party.
Dalai Lama is scheduled to be in parliament and meet some MPs, including members of a "Tibet Committee".
The pro-Kiev protesters blame a campaign of intimidation for keeping like-minded people off the streets. They say many of them have received multiple threats
Ukraine's Interior Ministry said he was seen being bundled into a car by masked men in camouflage
Crimean Tatars unsatisfied with Russian President's minorities decree.
Russia has staked its future economic growth on developing the Arctic's vast energy resources and reviving a Soviet-era shipping route through the ice
The self-declared separatist mayor of Slaviansk told a news conference his men were holding an American journalist.
Ukraine's acting president accused Russia of aiding "terrorists" who killed a politician from his own party, calling a crackdown in the east that could hamper international efforts to defuse the crisis.
The 30 odd translators who worked for Swedish troops serving in Afghanistan now say that they fear for their lives, as militant groups may accuse them of serving the enemy.
The Italian navy revealed on Tuesday that it had saved 1,149 migrants more migrants from drowning in the past two days.
Saying Ukraine faced humiliating threats and daunting problems, Biden said the United States was ready to assist its leaders in seizing a chance to create national unity.
Brown says the cost of separation would include 1 billion pounds ($1.7 billion) for a new pensions and benefits system.
UKIP, Britain's anti-EU party, launched its campaign for next month's European elections on Tuesday, fending off accusations from rival lawmakers that its pre-election posters were racist.
The judge found him guilty of libel over a Twitter posting calling a city lawmaker from the ruling United Russia party a drug addict, and fined him 300,000 roubles
Ukraine to hold presidential election scheduled for May 25.
"A new era is about to start and no one knows how it will turn out," President Lukashenka said, promising to stamp out corruption in Belarus.
Russia has always denied sending troops to Crimea after the fall of pro-Russian Viktor Yanukovich's administration in late February at the hands of pro-EU protesters.
Yatseniuk said Russian special forces were operating in eastern Ukraine to undermine a presidential election due on May 25 and called on Moscow to pull them out.