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    Hungary denies EU nuclear veto report
    Mar13

    Hungary denies EU nuclear veto report

    BUDAPEST (AFP) – Hungary denied Thursday a newspaper report that the European Union has vetoed its planned nuclear project with Russia, a move which could strain frosty relations between Moscow and Brussels.A Hungarian cabinet state secretary Andras-Giro-Szasz firmly denied the report, in a statement to Hungarian state newswire MTI.The...

    Third ally of ousted Ukraine leader Yanukovych found dead
    Mar13

    Third ally of ousted Ukraine leader Yanukovych found dead

    A key ally of former Ukraine president Viktor Yanukovych was found dead after an apparent suicide yesterday in the third such case in two weeks. Police said Oleksandr Peklushenko, former governor of the eastern industrial region of Zaporizhzhya, was found dead in his country home after suffering a fatal gunshot wound to the neck. “A…...

    Politics Intrude as Cybersecurity Firms Hunt Foreign Spies
    Mar13

    Politics Intrude as Cybersecurity Firms Hunt Foreign Spies

    San Francisco. The $71 billion cybersecurity industry is fragmenting along geopolitical lines as firms chase after government contracts, share information with spy agencies, and market themselves as protectors against attacks by other nations. Moscow-based cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab has become a leading authority on American computer...

    Ukraine bailout faces huge risks: IMF
    Mar12

    Ukraine bailout faces huge risks: IMF

    WASHINGTON (AFP) – The $40 billion bailout for Ukraine faces an array of exceptionally high risks, the IMF warned Thursday, a day after pledging to pump $17.5 billion into the four-year rescue.The breakdown of a frail ceasefire with rebels in the countrys east, the failure to reschedule its debt with private lenders, or domestic political...

    Football: Wolves’ de Bruyne has Inter in trouble
    Mar12

    Football: Wolves’ de Bruyne has Inter in trouble

    PARIS (AFP) – Kevin de Bruyne inspired Vfl Wolfsburg to a come-from-behind 3-1 defeat of Inter Milan on Thursday to leave the three-time Europa League winners struggling to make it into the quarter-finals.Roberto Mancinis men looked to have the upper hand over their high-flying Bundesliga hosts when Rodrigo Palacio put the Serie A visitors...

    Minister Says Ukraine To Begin Talks On Debt Restructuring
    Mar12

    Minister Says Ukraine To Begin Talks On Debt Restructuring

    Ukraine’s finance minister says Kyiv on March 13 will begin talks with its creditors on restructuring its debt. Natalie Jaresko, in remarks quoted by her spokeswoman, said on March 12, “We will start … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

    Ukraine Expects First IMF Loan Tranche By March 13
    Mar12

    Ukraine Expects First IMF Loan Tranche By March 13

    Ukrainian Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko says Kyiv expects the first tranche of $5 billion under a new four-year International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout program to be disbursed no later than … …read more Source: Japan Herald...

    Cash-strapped Ukraine launches crucial debt talks
    Mar12

    Cash-strapped Ukraine launches crucial debt talks

    KIEV – Ukraine on Thursday said it would begin negotiations with creditors on restructuring the conflict-torn country’s debt, a move called for in its high-stakes multibillion-dollar bailout from the International Monetary Fund. …read more Source: Bangkok...

    EU leaders unlikely to tighten Russia sanctions at meeting next week – diplomats
    Mar12

    EU leaders unlikely to tighten Russia sanctions at meeting next week – diplomats

    European Union leaders are unlikely to tighten sanctions on Russia when they meet next week but will haggle over whether they need to act now to prolong economic sanctions on Russia expiring in July, diplomats said on Thursday. …read more Source: Channel...

    EU leaders unlikely to tighten Russia sanctions at meeting next week – diplomats
    Mar12

    EU leaders unlikely to tighten Russia sanctions at meeting next week – diplomats

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) – European Union leaders are unlikely to tighten sanctions on Russia when they meet next week but will haggle over whether they need to act now to prolong economic sanctions on Russia expiring in July, diplomats said on Thursday. …read more Source: The...

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