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    Senate backs sanctions on Russia over US election hacking
    Jun15

    Senate backs sanctions on Russia over US election hacking

    WASHINGTON: The US Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to punish Russia over its alleged election meddling, passing a bill that would bar President Donald Trump from unilaterally easing existing sanctions on Moscow. The vote at a time of high tension in Washington over the Russia scandal was 97-2. The proposal was included in an amendment that...

    Senate backs sanctions on Russia over US election hacking
    Jun15

    Senate backs sanctions on Russia over US election hacking

    WASHINGTON: The US Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to punish Russia over its alleged election meddling, passing a bill that would bar President Donald Trump from unilaterally easing existing sanctions on Moscow. The vote at a time of high tension in Washington over the Russia scandal was 97-2. The proposal was included in an amendment that...

    Alexander Krylov: Georgia gave up the role of democracy spotlight, the regional political center relocated to Armenia.
    Jun14

    Alexander Krylov: Georgia gave up the role of democracy spotlight, the regional political center relocated to Armenia.

    Alexander Krylov, Head of the Center of Post-Soviet Studies at the Institute of World Economy and International Relations, Russian Academy of Sciences, shares his views about priorities of Russia’s policies at post-Soviet area. Comments on the reasons of problems in Russian-Armenian relations, the Role of Karabakh conflict in regional...

    Smoke detected at Ukraine’s crippled Chernobyl power plant
    Jun14

    Smoke detected at Ukraine’s crippled Chernobyl power plant

    The Soviet-era Chernobyl nuclear power plant is known around the world for the accident, one of the worst ever, that took place there in 1986. …read more Source:...

    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...

    US gets ready to impose more sanctions on Russia
    Jun14

    US gets ready to impose more sanctions on Russia

    WASHINGTON: The US Senate is aiming to punish Russia’s Vladimir Putin for interfering in last year’s presidential election by drafting sanctions that would prevent President Donald Trump from unilaterally easing pressure on Moscow. The bipartisan amendment, released late on Monday, comes as the White House is deeply embroiled in a...

    Smoke detected at crippled Chernobyl power plant
    Jun14

    Smoke detected at crippled Chernobyl power plant

    Ukraine’s nuclear regulatory body reported smoke at one of the rooms at Unit 3 in Chernobyl. …read more Source:...

    Kyiv hosts exhibition entitled “Armenian icons of Ukraine”
    Jun13

    Kyiv hosts exhibition entitled “Armenian icons of Ukraine”

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    EU disappointed by Ukraine’s slow progress in reforming intellectual property rights
    Jun13

    EU disappointed by Ukraine’s slow progress in reforming intellectual property rights

    On 8 June the EU and Ukraine met to discuss Ukraine’s progress in reforming its intellectual property rights laws. EU representatives claimed that the current situation regarding collective management organisations is causing irreparable damage to the interests of thousands of … …read more Source:...

    Alliance representative: NATO countries have developed a unified  position on the destabilizing role of Russia
    Jun13

    Alliance representative: NATO countries have developed a unified  position on the destabilizing role of Russia

    ArmInfo.During the last NATO summit in Brussels, the member states worked out a unified position on the destabilizing role of Russia in Europe. Such a view was expressed by James Appathurai, Special Representative of the NATO Secretary General in the South Caucasus and Central Asia, speaking at the round table “Armenia-NATO Cooperation:...

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