The G7 called on Russia “to cease all efforts to change the status of Crimea in violation of international law”.
“I'm absolutely confident we'll be able to” remove all US equipment on schedule, Gen Joseph Dunford assured lawmakers.
A no-confidence motion was approved by 124 of the 194 members of the General National Congress.
The UN has received pleas to help free several princesses allegedly being held against their will in a royal compound.
Both sides of the disputed region have seen an unusually heavy snowfall, with 2 feet falling in the past three days
Afghan Taliban denied links with Faidai Mahaz group which said that Nils Horner was not a journalist but a British spy.
Turchynov described the secession referendum as a “sham” whose outcome would be decided “in the offices of the Kremlin”.
Nato says it has dispatched two surveillance planes to fly over Poland and Romania to monitor the crisis in Ukraine.
Vietnam said it had suspended its air search for missing flight MH370 and scaled back a sea search.
The offering is scheduled to be priced on March 25 and the stock will start trading on March 26.
By contrast, the traditional toy market is expected to grow marginally or not at all as it loses sales to video games.
Ukraine's PM heads for talks with President Obama aimed at winning vital aid and moral backing against Russia.
An avalanche hit a team of Polish climbers pushing them 300 to 400 metres down and injuring two of them.
“This design is outdated. Some people in their 60s or 70s ask for that design sometimes.”
Afghan police say two suspects have been arrested in connection to the killing of a Swedish journalist in Kabul.
Taliban vowed to target the election, urging their fighters to attack polling staff, voters and security forces
The students, including four Kashmiris, were expelled for supporting Pakistan against India in the Asia Cup match.
Afghanistan's powerful vice president, Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim, died of natural causes on Sunday.