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    Gaza and Crimea conflicts could have been predicted by monitoring cyber attacks
    Aug14

    Gaza and Crimea conflicts could have been predicted by monitoring cyber attacks

    A surge in cyber attacks preceeded both the conflict in Ukraine and in Gaza, new research has found – leading to suggestions that the technique could be used to predict future fighting …read more Source: The...

    Bombs fall in centre of Donetsk
    Aug14

    Bombs fall in centre of Donetsk

    Rebel forces and Ukraine’s army trade accusations over bombs that landed near the centre of Donetsk, killing two and injuring five …read more Source: Financial...

    Ukraine crisis: Russian convoy on the move as situation approaches potentially explosive endgame
    Aug14

    Ukraine crisis: Russian convoy on the move as situation approaches potentially explosive endgame

    There is a sense that the multiple strands of the six-month-old Ukraine conflict were fast converging in what threatened to become an explosive and highly destructive endgame. …read more Source: The...

    Russians will pay heavier price in sanctions war
    Aug14

    Russians will pay heavier price in sanctions war

    Ban on lending to some Russian state-owned companies is beginning to biteCrates of peaches are turning to mush on the roadside. Not just Greek stone-fruit growers but farmers across Europe, the US and Asia are feeling the pinch after Russia’s decision to impose tit-for-tat sanctions. Among the losers are German pig farmers, British fishing...

    Ukraine sends OWN aid convoy of trucks to crisis-hit region as Russia’s approach border
    Aug14

    Ukraine sends OWN aid convoy of trucks to crisis-hit region as Russia’s approach border

    The group of 262 trucks – which the Russians say is full of food and aid like sleeping bags and generators – was this morning around 280 miles from the Ukrainian border. …read more Source: Daily...

    Russian shadow hits German confidence
    Aug14

    Russian shadow hits German confidence

    The Ukraine crisis, a slowdown in emerging markets, and domestic concerns, notably about energy costs, have left Europe’s largest economy spluttering …read more Source: Financial...

    Russia and the West: Flexing its mussels
    Aug14

    Russia and the West: Flexing its mussels

    A NEW dish may soon appear in Moscow restaurants: “Belarusian” mussels. So goes a rather Soviet-style joke making the rounds since August 5th, when Russia blocked food imports from countries that have imposed sanctions on it. Seafood from America and Europe is now banned, but can still get into landlocked Belarus, which enjoys a customs-free zone...

    World peace? These are the only 11 countries in the world that are actually free from conflict
    Aug14

    World peace? These are the only 11 countries in the world that are actually free from conflict

    With the crisis in Gaza, the rise of Islamist militants in Iraq and Syria and the international stand-off ongoing in Ukraine, it can sometimes feel like the whole world is at war. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine rebel head Strelkov ‘quits’
    Aug14

    Ukraine rebel head Strelkov ‘quits’

    Igor Girkin – known as Strelkov – resigns as the military chief of pro-Russian rebels in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk, reports say. …read more Source:...

    Russia’s aid convoy: Putin’s PR coup
    Aug14

    Russia’s aid convoy: Putin’s PR coup

    HELP is on the way. Or so Russian state television declared on August 12th, as nearly 300 lorries with food, medicine and generators set off from a base outside Moscow for the besieged city of Luhansk in eastern Ukraine.Confusion reigns over what the lorries are carrying, and over how they will cross into Ukraine. As The Economistwent to press,...

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