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    Kremlin source tells Financial Times what made Trump shy away from Russia
    Feb17

    Kremlin source tells Financial Times what made Trump shy away from Russia

    The massive western media campaign against Russia has made contact with Moscow so toxic that Donald Trump, a leader who was set to make a new start with Russia, is now shying away, that`s according to a Financial Times` unnamed source in the Kremlin. As the wind changed direction after the White House statement on Crimea annexation, even...

    Russian army maneuvering along occupied Crimea border with helicopters and military vehicles
    Feb17

    Russian army maneuvering along occupied Crimea border with helicopters and military vehicles

    Ukrainian border guards has reported increased activity of the Russian armed forces near the administrative border with the temporarily occupied Crimea in the past 24 hours, according to the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine. In particular, border guards of Kherson and Berdyansk units have spotted three Russian helicopters lurking along the...

    Ukraine to renew search for remains at MH17 crash site in Donbas
    Feb17

    Ukraine to renew search for remains at MH17 crash site in Donbas

    Ukraine this spring will renew its search for human remains at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Donbas, Dutch Security and Justice Minister Stef Blok said on February 16, according to RFE/RL. ”Contacts in the region have indicated they will renew the search for human remains and personal belongings in the spring, once the snow...

    Arm Ukraine now – Atlantic Council
    Feb17

    Arm Ukraine now – Atlantic Council

    The case against providing lethal weapons to Ukraine has rested on a simple argument: If the United States provides arms to Kyiv, Moscow will escalate the war in eastern Ukraine. The Kremlin would up the ante with even more arms or intensify its military pressure on Ukraine, according to the Atlantic Council. According to this logic, since...

    Dutch parliament to debate Ukraine-EU ratification Feb 21, vote Feb 23
    Feb17

    Dutch parliament to debate Ukraine-EU ratification Feb 21, vote Feb 23

    The Dutch lower house of parliament will vote for the ratification of the Ukraine-EU Association Agreement on February 23, according to RFE/RL correspondent in Brussels Rikard Jozwiak. ”Seems like the Dutch lower house will debate the ratification of Ukraine AA [Association Agreement] on 21 Feb and vote on 23 Feb,” Jozwiak wrote on Twitter on...

    Ukrainian hacker sentenced in U.S. to 41 months in prison – Reuters
    Feb17

    Ukrainian hacker sentenced in U.S. to 41 months in prison – Reuters

    A Ukrainian who administered two online hacking forums was sentenced on Thursday to 41 months in prison for using more than 13,000 computers to steal log-in and credit card data, U.S. prosecutors said, according to Reuters. Sergey Vovnenko, whose aliases included ”Flycracker” and ”Darklife,” was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Esther Salas in...

    European intel intercepting communications between Michael Flynn, Rex Tillerson and Russian officials – media
    Feb17

    European intel intercepting communications between Michael Flynn, Rex Tillerson and Russian officials – media

    U.S. allies in Europe are conducting intelligence operations against President Trump`s staff and business associates and intercepting communications between advisors in the White House and Russian government officials, the International Business Times reports. Sources told Newsweek that a Western European country and Baltic nation are gathering...

    Cyberwar between Russia and Ukraine: new malware revealed
    Feb17

    Cyberwar between Russia and Ukraine: new malware revealed

    Internet security firm CyberX said it has spotted a new weapon in the ongoing cyberwar between Russia and Ukraine — a program called BugDrop that is being used to steal vast amounts of sensitive data from Ukrainian businesses and institutions, according to the Boston Globe. ”It looks very professional… and most important, very successful,”...

    European Parliament votes to create united EU army
    Feb17

    European Parliament votes to create united EU army

    The European Parliament has backed a resolution on strengthening centralization of the European Union, establishing a post of an EU finance minister, and creating a united European army, which was proposed by former Belgian PM Guy Verhofstadt, EU`s chief Brexit negotiator, according to BBC Russian Service. The document was adopted with 283 votes...

    IMF offers Ukraine 3-year freeze of minimal wage – Ukrainian Social Policy Minister
    Feb17

    IMF offers Ukraine 3-year freeze of minimal wage – Ukrainian Social Policy Minister

    Ukrainian Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva said that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) offered Ukraine to refrain from raising the minimum wage within the next three years. ”If we raise the minimum pension by 10% this year, we should increase the minimum wage for at least 15%. What can we see in the draft Memorandum [with the IMF]? [We have...

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