Paul Sonne

Wall Street Journal

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Moscow correspondent for the Wall Street Journal

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A year ago, we took our seats for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

Sochi, One Year Later

A year ago, we took our seats for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

With Russian-backed separatists advancing in Ukraine, there’s pressure on the Obama Administration to provide the government with weapons sophisticated enough to strike back…

US Considers “Lethal Aid” to Ukraine Forces

With Russian-backed separatists advancing in Ukraine, there’s pressure on the Obama Administration to provide the government with weapons sophisticated enough to strike back…

from To the Point

Two Ukrainian warplanes were shot down today, and pro-Russian separatist leaders claim they did it with shoulder-mounted surface-to-air missiles.

Two Ukrainian Warplanes Shot Down Near Jetliner Crash Site

Two Ukrainian warplanes were shot down today, and pro-Russian separatist leaders claim they did it with shoulder-mounted surface-to-air missiles.

from To the Point

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