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    Latvian expert put in charge of Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority
    Jan10

    Latvian expert put in charge of Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority

    A Latvian expert on port operations, Raivis Veckagans has been appointed as the acting head of the Ukrainian Sea Ports Authority, the Ukrainian Ministry of Infrastructure announced. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Monument to WWII massacre ransacked in Ukraine
    Jan10

    Monument to WWII massacre ransacked in Ukraine

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    US senators seek further sanctions on Russia over hacking, Ukraine, and Syria
    Jan10

    US senators seek further sanctions on Russia over hacking, Ukraine, and Syria

    …read more Source: The...

    Bulgaria Set to Record 8-Million Tourist Mark
    Jan10

    Bulgaria Set to Record 8-Million Tourist Mark

    As many as 8 million tourists will have officially visited Bulgaria at the end of January, counting from February, outgoing Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova has said. Angelkova has told the Bulgarian National Television every month of 2016 was “unprecented” in the number of arrivals to the country. As many as 5.5 million foreign...

    Ten countries to take part in youth theater forum M@rt.contact in Mogilev
    Jan09
    Germany accuses Russia of cyber attack on Ukraine peace monitors, as Kremlin dismisses US intelligence claims as a ‘witch hunt’
    Jan09
    Journalist outraged as police seize equipment on return from MH17 crash site
    Jan09

    Journalist outraged as police seize equipment on return from MH17 crash site

    A journalist who brought back pieces of wreckage from a visit to the MH17 crash site in Ukraine has accused… …read more Source:...

    Sweden’s PM warns of cyberattack threat
    Jan09

    Sweden’s PM warns of cyberattack threat

    Cyberattacks and extremism are among the problems that Sweden will have to tackle in the year ahead, according to Prime Minister Stefan Löfven, AP reported. Löfven wrote in Dagens Nyheter that although he was wary of reports of increased Russian military activity in the Baltic region — “especially in light of...

    5 Russian words that explain Vladimir Putin
    Jan09

    5 Russian words that explain Vladimir Putin

    When the Soviet Union belatedly began reinventing itself in the 1980s under Mikhail Gorbachev, the Western press was full of Russian buzzwords like Perestroika (reform) and Glasnost (openness) that explained the Kremlin’s worldview. With Vladimir Putin on the ascendance, and Russia dominating the headlines, it’s baffling...

    How a KGB assassin used the death of his child to defect
    Jan08

    How a KGB assassin used the death of his child to defect

    Shortly before 5 a.m. on August 10, 1961, Bogdan Stashinsky was waiting near his apartment building in Moscow to be picked up by his case officer, Yurii Aleksandrov. Before leaving, he put his household effects in order and destroyed the list of code phrases that he and his wife, Inge, had used in their correspondence over the past six months, he...

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