Carol Williams

Los Angeles Times

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Senior international affairs writer, and former Moscow Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times

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The latest buyout of news room veterans at the LA Times has a former editor saying, the "loss of knowledge and wisdom" makes you want to cry."

Mass Exodus at the LA Times

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Despite last week's plan to "de-escalate" the crisis, Ukraine and Russia are now exchanging accusations over Saturday's deadly shootings near the Eastern city of Sloviansk.

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Russian troops are deployed along the border of Eastern Ukraine, but President Vladimir Putin says he won't decide what to do until after the Crimean referendum on Sunday.

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Russian troops are deployed along the border of Eastern Ukraine, but President Vladimir Putin says he won't decide what to do until after the Crimean referendum on Sunday.

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