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    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...

    Lauded to loathed: Who’s afraid of George Soros?
    Jun13

    Lauded to loathed: Who’s afraid of George Soros?

    VIENNA: From his New York home, US financier-cum-philanthropist George Soros has manufactured Europe’s migration crisis, backed a coup in Macedonia and sponsored protests in Hungary. At least that’s what his detractors say, and there are many. From the Kremlin via Skopje to the power corridors of Washington, the Hungarian-born Jewish...

    Potent malware targets electricity systems
    Jun13

    Potent malware targets electricity systems

    WASHINGTON: Hackers have developed powerful malware that can shut down electricity distribution systems and possibly other critical infrastructure, two cyber security firms announced Monday, with one report linking it to Russia. Slovakia-based ESET said the malware is the most powerful threat to appear since Stuxnet, the hacking tool used to...

    Total blackout: Malware can shut down electricity distribution systems
    Jun12

    Total blackout: Malware can shut down electricity distribution systems

    Hackers have developed powerful malware that can shut down electricity distribution systems and possibly other critical infrastructure, two cyber security firms announced today, with one report linking it to Russia. Slovakia-based ESET said the malware is the most powerful threat to appear since Stuxnet, the hacking tool used to sabotage...

    Ukraine says seven soldiers killed in clashes in rebel east
    Jun12

    Ukraine says seven soldiers killed in clashes in rebel east

    KIEV: Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in just three days in renewed fighting with pro-Russian rebels in the east of the country, the military said Monday. Four soldiers were killed on Saturday, two Sunday and one on Monday, bringing the death toll to 14 since the beginning of June. “The escalation began two to three weeks ago, the...

    Ukraine marks start of visa-free regime with EU
    Jun12

    Ukraine marks start of visa-free regime with EU

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    Ukrainians can now enter the European Union visa-free
    Jun11

    Ukrainians can now enter the European Union visa-free

    On Sunday, Ukrainians celebrated their first day of visa-free access to most of the EU’s 28 nations following a measure adopted by the European Parliament in April and the European Council heads of government in May. Deutsche Welle reports. One … …read more Source:...

    Ukrainians cheer on first day of visa-free EU travel
    Jun11

    Ukrainians cheer on first day of visa-free EU travel

    KIEV: Ukrainians were on Sunday celebrating the first day of visa-free access to the European Union, with hundreds crossing the border as President Petro Poroshenko proclaimed a dramatic “breakaway” from Moscow. The move is symbolic for Kiev, where a pro-EU revolt in 2014 toppled the previous Russia-backed government and was followed...

    ‘Wombs for rent’ business flourishes in communist Laos
    Jun11

    ‘Wombs for rent’ business flourishes in communist Laos

    Dozens of fertility clinics have mushroomed in land-locked Laos after scandals over commercial surrogacy have spurred wealthier Southeast Asian neighbours to ban the controversial procedure since 2015. The gleaming, modern clinics have names featuring words such as “Miracle” and “Perfect” to help them stand out amid the dusty surrounding roads...

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