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    Prank call mystery surrounds Ukraine president
    Nov04

    Prank call mystery surrounds Ukraine president

    Suspicion falls on Russian hoaxers after caller claiming to be Kyrgyzstan leader speaks to Petro Poroshenko for an hourIt was a routine bit of international diplomacy: two presidents speaking for an hour about “topical issues of the agenda of Ukraine-Kyrgyzstan relations”, as the press release on Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko’s...

    Chances of Belavia getting compensation estimated as high
    Nov04

    Chances of Belavia getting compensation estimated as high

    Belarus’ air authorities are confident that Ukraine will pay compensation for the forced return of the Belavia aircraft, Vladimir Kostin, director of the aviation department at Belarus’ Ministry of Transport and Communications, told reporters. …read more Source:...

    Belavia passenger to file lawsuit against Ukraine over forced return to Zulyany
    Nov04

    Belavia passenger to file lawsuit against Ukraine over forced return to Zulyany

    Сhairman of the Board of the International Public Organization “Civil Union” Armen Martirosyan is filing a lawsuit against the Ukrainian authorities as a result of their misconduct in the Belavia incident. …read more Source:...

    Mourinho questions players’ attitude after Fenerbahce defeat
    Nov04

    Mourinho questions players’ attitude after Fenerbahce defeat

    Credits Chris McGrath/Getty Images Alt Text Man Utd ‘They were playing the Champions League final, we were playing a summer friendly,’ says United boss after setback Match Report Friday, November 4, 2016 – 9:08am See related …read more Source: The...

    Belarus struggles to control its borders
    Nov04

    Belarus struggles to control its borders

    Swamp buggy Rosa 21 supplied to Belarusian border guards through an EU-funded project. Image:iom.by On 13 October Belarusian border guards received EU-funded special equipment worth €2.5m. This will help Minsk control the Ukrainian border. There is an element of irony in this: although it works to remove borders within the EU, Brussels is helping...

    Hackers allege Kremlin email breach revealing Moscow’s grip on Ukraine’s separatist regions
    Nov04

    Hackers allege Kremlin email breach revealing Moscow’s grip on Ukraine’s separatist regions

    Two Ukrainians, who call themselves non-governmental hacktivists, claim that they have intercepted several thousand messages sent to and from the email accounts of senior Russian government officials. Their contents link Russian government to political control and financial support of Ukraine’s breakaway regions. …read more Source:...

    A tale of two Vladimirs
    Nov03

    A tale of two Vladimirs

    Vlad the Great, hint-hint VLADIMIR PUTIN has a new neighbor: a 16-metre-tall bronze monument to Vladimir the Great, a tenth-century Slav prince. The statue stands just outside the Kremlin’s red walls. “In Soviet times it would have been Lenin,” says the sculptor, Salavat Shcherbakov. The monument’s backers claim it commemorates the...

    Big question: What is Putin’s aim in Aleppo?
    Nov03

    Big question: What is Putin’s aim in Aleppo?

    Aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov—one of several Russian war ships thought to be part of a coming bombardment on Aleppo ©Gareth Fuller/PA Wire/PA Images Earlier this week, news of a planned “full scale” assault on Aleppo, Syria’s second city, surfaced. An intelligence source told The Times that they expect a “crescendo of air attacks on...

    Ukraine crisis: Hackers claim huge Kremlin email breach
    Nov03

    Ukraine crisis: Hackers claim huge Kremlin email breach

    Two Ukrainians tell the BBC how they hacked top Russian officials’ emails revealing Kremlin plans. …read more Source:...

    Russian library director tried for inciting hatred by disseminating banned books
    Nov03

    Russian library director tried for inciting hatred by disseminating banned books

    The head of Moscow Ukrainian Literature Library has stood on November 2 before court charged with fuelling hate against Russians and is facing prison sentence of over 10 years. The director of Moscow’s Library of Ukrainian Literature Natalia Sharina is accused of disseminating banned literature classed as extremist, but denied the charges...

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