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A Democrat and Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee agreed Sunday that Russian President Vladimir Putin has ignored U.S. and European pleas to withdraw military troops from Ukraine and called for tougher economic sanctions, following a deadly shootout this weekend.

"I don't think Putin really believes we're going to punish them in that way," Tennessee GOP Sen. Bob Corker, the committee's senior Republican member, said on NBC's "Meet the Press.

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A Democrat and Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee agreed Sunday that Russian President Vladimir Putin has ignored U.S. and European pleas to withdraw military troops from Ukraine and called for tougher economic sanctions, following a deadly shootout this weekend.

"I don't think Putin really believes we're going to punish them in that way," Tennessee GOP Sen. Bob Corker, the committee's senior Republican member, said on NBC's "Meet the Press.

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April 20, 2014: Jewish men at a synagogue in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine.REUTERS

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Sunday he’s going to find and punish “the bastards” distributing leaflets ordering Jews in eastern Ukraine to register with pro-Russian separatists.

“I made a clear statement and urged Ukrainian military and security forces and Ukrainian Department of Homeland Security urgently to find these bastards and to bring them to justice,” Yatsenyuk told NBC’s “Meet the Press.

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April 20, 2014: Jewish men at a synagogue in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine.REUTERS

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Sunday he’s going to find and punish “the bastards” distributing leaflets ordering Jews in eastern Ukraine to register with pro-Russian separatists.

“I made a clear statement and urged Ukrainian military and security forces and Ukrainian Department of Homeland Security urgently to find these bastards and to bring them to justice,” Yatsenyuk told NBC’s “Meet the Press.

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April 20, 2014: Residents look at burnt cars near a checkpoint that was the scene of a gunfight overnight near the city of Slaviansk, Ukraine.REUTERS

The Russian ambassador to Ukraine on Sunday denied that his country is on a military march into Eastern Europe and surrounding regions and blamed militia groups for the recent violence in Ukraine.

“We are not going anywhere,” Ambassador Sergey Kislyak told “Fox News Sunday.”

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Jan. 30, 2014: Poland's Defense Minister Tomasz Siemoniak (L) walks with U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel in Warsaw.reuters

The Pentagon is exploring options for deploying U.S. troops to Poland to expand NATO’s presence in Eastern Europe because of the ongoing crisis in Ukraine, as pro-Russian militants defiantly refused Friday to leave government buildings in eastern Ukraine despite a diplomatic accord reached in Geneva.

A senior U.S. official told Fox News on Friday the U.S.

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DEVELOPING:A flight from Detroit to Denver received a potential security threat and was ordered to a remote location after landing Friday.

Denver International Airport tweeted on its official account Delta Airlines Flight 1500 landed safely, and is in a remote area of the airfield due to the unspecified threat. 

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Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman told the Associated Press that passengers on the flight were taken to another location by bus.

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DEVELOPING:A flight from Detroit to Denver received a potential security threat and was ordered to a remote location after landing Friday.

Denver International Airport tweeted on its official account Delta Airlines Flight 1500 landed safely, and is in a remote area of the airfield due to the unspecified threat. 

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Airport spokeswoman Stacey Stegman told the Associated Press that passengers on the flight were taken to another location by bus.

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The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend that it is extending a key review period indefinitely -- a move that could push off a determination until after the midterm elections. 

Republicans, as well as red-state Democrats who want the pipeline approved, slammed the administration for the delay. 

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"It's absolutely ridiculous that this well over five year long process is continuing for an undetermined amount of time," Sen.

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The Obama administration once again has punted on a final decision for the Keystone XL pipeline, announcing ahead of the holiday weekend that it is extending a key review period indefinitely -- a move that could push off a determination until after the midterm elections. 

Republicans, as well as red-state Democrats who want the pipeline approved, slammed the administration for the delay. 

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"It's absolutely ridiculous that this well over five year long process is continuing for an undetermined amount of time," Sen.

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