**EU Pressing New Russia Sanctions as Ukraine Cease-Fire Nears End**
The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany plan to speak again Monday as deadlines are set to expire on both a cease-fire in eastern Ukraine and for Russia to avoid new sanctions by the European Union.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Sunday after the leaders took part in a two-hour, four-way phone call that the cease-fire he declared June 20 would run through at least Monday night.
The EU is threatening more penalties against Russia if it does not use its influence on pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine.
French President Francois Hollande's office said the leaders told Russian President Vladimir Putin that they hoped "results are achieved by Monday."
**China Imprisons 113 on Terror Crimes in Xinjiang**
A government-run news site says Chinese courts in the far west region of Xinjiang imprisoned 113 people last week for terrorism or other charges.
The network said in a report Sunday that regional courts in the Kashgar area held open sessions on Wednesday to sentence the 113, including four who received life terms.
The resource-rich area, home to Muslim minority Uighurs, has seen a rise in violence in recent months, leading Beijing to launch a year-long crackdown on what it calls terrorism in the region.