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    Kleptocracy Daily: May 16, 2017
    May16

    Kleptocracy Daily: May 16, 2017

    News Investigators looking into the Trump campaign’s ties to Russia will be able to pursue leads by tapping into a huge database of suspicious financial transactions maintained by FinCEN. President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to...

    PSA: Ukrainian Freedom Marches, May 20, 2017
    May15

    PSA: Ukrainian Freedom Marches, May 20, 2017

    It’s been 3 years and over 10,000 people dead, 23,000 wounded and over 1.5 million displaced people in Donbas region. We all know that this bloody conflict is a covert Russian war against Ukraine, and its objective is to destabilize Ukraine and to prevent it from ever having a chance to be a part of Europe and exist independently from...

    Poznan: Translating Entrepreneurship into Understanding Business Services
    May15

    Poznan: Translating Entrepreneurship into Understanding Business Services

    For Poznań, Poland’s fifth largest city, 2016 was a fantastic year. Not only did its manufacturing and retail sector grow by nine and thirteen per cent respectively, but labour productivity also increased by six per cent and unemployment didn’t even reach two per cent — the lowest in Poland. In addition, the city attracted more...

    WannaCry hackers had no intention of giving users their files back even if they pay
    May15

    WannaCry hackers had no intention of giving users their files back even if they pay

    WannaCry Ransomware Demands AvastAs the effects of the WannaCry global ransomware attack continue to be felt, there is evidence emerging that the hackers are not decrypting the files of victims who decided to pay the US $300 ransom. A commenter on cybersecurity expert Troy Hunt’s blog recounted that one of his customers had paid the ransom...

    In Memoriam: Yevhen Hrytsyak, Leader of the Norilsk Uprising
    May15

    In Memoriam: Yevhen Hrytsyak, Leader of the Norilsk Uprising

    Yevhen Hrytsyak, one of the leaders of the 1953 Norilsk Uprising, has died at the age of 90. In his message on the news, President Petro Poroshenko spoke both of deep sorrow at his passing and of “profound gratitude for his example of an unbreakable spirit and will to fight for freedom”. …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Even Remembrance of the Crimean Tatar Deportation prohibited in Russian-occupied Crimea
    May15

    Even Remembrance of the Crimean Tatar Deportation prohibited in Russian-occupied Crimea

    Crimean Tatars are for the fourth time facing bans and likely arrests on the 73rd anniversary of the Deportation in 1944 of the entire Crimean Tatar people from their homeland …read more Source: Kharkiv Human Rights Protection...

    Also in Media: “Ukraine Freedom March set for May 20 in Washington” | The Ukrainian Weekly | May 14, 2017
    May14

    Also in Media: “Ukraine Freedom March set for May 20 in Washington” | The Ukrainian Weekly | May 14, 2017

    The march – with a full police escort – is scheduled to begin at 3 p.m. at the Washington Monument and conclude at the Holodomor Memorial, near Union Station, where a vigil is to be held, concluding at approximately 5:30 p.m. Among the invited guest speakers are analyst Paul Goble, Peter Borisow, president of the Hollywood Trident Foundation;...

    Fireworks, feelings, and fraught relations at Eurovision 2017
    May14

    Fireworks, feelings, and fraught relations at Eurovision 2017

    For one week in May, the bleary-eyed in our workplaces are not the sports fans following northern hemisphere leagues, nor are they the new parents. They are Eurovision fans. And we are legion. The Eurovision Song Contest offers its fans glitz (or at least glitter), glamour, politics, intrigue, increasingly limited lessons in how to count in...

    Ukraine: Europe’s frozen conflict
    May14

    Ukraine: Europe’s frozen conflict

    The attitude of the Europe, Russia and US to the situation in Ukraine is one that beggars’ belief: on the one hand, a collective denial that Russian forces are involved, on the other, a collective wish not to see it at all. This is despite the presence of OSCE observers who are documenting the frozen conflict in the east. This may be...

    Shut Down the ‘Russia-gate’ Farce
    May13

    Shut Down the ‘Russia-gate’ Farce

    The level of lunacy we’ve reached can be measured by the brouhaha over the presence of Russian photographers in the Oval Office during Sergey Lavrov’s visit: no US photographers were allowed, but the Russians somehow got in and the Paranoid Brigade went into overdrive. They may have planted “bugs” there! No, this wasn’t nutjob...

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