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    Trump transition team ordered to save materials on Russia, Ukraine – NYT
    Jun16

    Trump transition team ordered to save materials on Russia, Ukraine – NYT

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump’s transition team has been ordered to preserve materials related to ongoing investigations into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election, the New York Times reported on Friday, as Trump again assailed the probes. …read more Source: The...

    Judge faces new allegations as Ukraine tackles corruption
    Jun16

    Judge faces new allegations as Ukraine tackles corruption

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine is looking into new allegations against a prominent judge who recently returned from suspension imposed under a government drive to root out corruption. …read more Source: The...

    Russia's Putin says bridge to Crimea is on schedule
    Jun15

    Russia's Putin says bridge to Crimea is on schedule

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Construction of a bridge to connect mainland Russia with Crimea is on schedule, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

    Russia eyes controlling soldiers' online accounts to boost secrecy
    Jun14

    Russia eyes controlling soldiers' online accounts to boost secrecy

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – The Russian Defence Ministry has drawn up a draft law allowing it to ban soldiers from posting certain personal data on social networks, something that reporters and researchers have used in the past to monitor Russia’s activities in Syria and Ukraine. …read more Source: The...

    Russia says report its Moldova diplomats recruited fighters is 'gossip' -RIA
    Jun13

    Russia says report its Moldova diplomats recruited fighters is 'gossip' -RIA

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Allegations that five Russian diplomats expelled from Moldova last month recruited fighters for the Moscow-backed separatists in Ukraine were “idle gossip”, the RIA news agency quoted a deputy Russian foreign minister as saying on Tuesday. …read more Source: The...

    Exclusive: Russian diplomats expelled from Moldova recruited fighters – sources
    Jun13

    Exclusive: Russian diplomats expelled from Moldova recruited fighters – sources

    CHISINAU (Reuters) – Moldovan intelligence believes five Russian diplomats expelled from Moldova last month were spies who were recruiting fighters for the Moscow-backed insurgency in neighbouring Ukraine, a government source and two diplomatic sources told Reuters. …read more Source: The...

    Explosive device thrown into U.S. embassy compound in Kiev – police
    Jun08

    Explosive device thrown into U.S. embassy compound in Kiev – police

    KIEV (Reuters) – A device exploded in the U.S. embassy compound in Ukraine’s capital Kiev in the early hours of Thursday, injuring no one, police said. …read more Source: The...

    Head of Russia's only Ukrainian library gets suspended jail term
    Jun05

    Head of Russia's only Ukrainian library gets suspended jail term

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – A court in Moscow on Monday handed a four-year suspended prison sentence to Natalya Sharina, the head of Russia’s only state-run Ukrainian language library, after finding her guilty of inciting ethnic hatred and embezzlement, a Reuters reporter in the courtroom said. …read more Source: The...

    Washington softens stance on U.S. investors mingling with Putin and allies
    Jun02

    Washington softens stance on U.S. investors mingling with Putin and allies

    ST PETERSBURG, Russia/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – For three years after Russia annexed Crimea, Washington officials quietly cautioned major U.S. firms about attending the annual St Petersburg forum, where investors mingle with President Vladimir Putin and his lieutenants. …read more Source: The...

    Montenegro's PM says Russia has secret entry ban for its officials
    May31

    Montenegro's PM says Russia has secret entry ban for its officials

    PODGORICA (Reuters) – The Kremlin has a secret list of Montenegrin officials that are banned from entering Russia, due to the small Adriatic republic’s participation in Western sanctions over Ukraine, the country’s Prime Minister Dusko Markovic said on Wednesday. …read more Source: The...

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