Ellen Barry

New York Times

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Long-time Moscow correspondent for the New York Times

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Russia's President Vladimir Putin  claimed Crimea  as part of Russia today, brushing aside international condemnation.

Putin Signs Treaty to Annex Crimea

Russia's President Vladimir Putin claimed Crimea as part of Russia today, brushing aside international condemnation.

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Yesterday, the European Union  failed to extend its embargo  on arms for Syrian rebels.

Europe Steps Toward Arming Syrian Rebels; Russia Pushes Back

Yesterday, the European Union failed to extend its embargo on arms for Syrian rebels.

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Russia's top Middle East diplomat said today that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is losing control of the country after nearly two years of conflict there.

Is the Syrian Government Losing Its Last Allies?

Russia's top Middle East diplomat said today that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is losing control of the country after nearly two years of conflict there.

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