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    Four civilians killed in artillery shelling in eastern Ukraine
    May13

    Four civilians killed in artillery shelling in eastern Ukraine

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukrainian authorities said four civilians were killed on Saturday in renewed artillery attacks in the east of the country which they blamed on pro-Russian separatists. …read more Source:...

    Eurovision 2017 Live Blog
    May13

    Eurovision 2017 Live Blog

    While the European Union prizes uniformity and technical consensus, the Eurovision Song Contest celebrates difference and emotion — with brutal competition, a colossal volume of glitter and an LED light spectacular thrown in for free. It’s the world’s largest non-sporting event, generating both undying devotion...

    Eurovision eyes and ears on Kyiv
    May13

    Eurovision eyes and ears on Kyiv

    42 countries competed in this year’s contest, but only 26 will take part in Saturday’s final in front of a television audience of millions. There is rock, rap and yodelling on the menu. …read more Source:...

    Global Cyber Attack Hits Hospitals, Schools, And Companies Worldwide
    May13

    Global Cyber Attack Hits Hospitals, Schools, And Companies Worldwide

    A global cyber attack use hacking tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National security Agency (NSA) hit tens of thousands of computers worldwide, reported Reuters. The cyber hackers tricked victims into opening spam emails which appeared to contain security warnings, job offers and invoices. To restore access of the encrypted data,...

    New Documentary Throws Shade on Police Investigation Into Dissident Journalist’s Murder in Kyiv
    May13

    New Documentary Throws Shade on Police Investigation Into Dissident Journalist’s Murder in Kyiv

    A promotional banner for the documentary film “Killing Pavel” by OCCRP and Slidstvo.info, featuring a quote by Pavel Sheremet. A new documentary film by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP)* and Slidstvo.info examines the assassination of journalist Pavel Sheremet, who was killed in Kyiv in July 2016. Ten months after a...

    Russian fighter jet comes within 20 feet of U.S. Navy aircraft!
    May13

    Russian fighter jet comes within 20 feet of U.S. Navy aircraft!

    Russia’s air force scrambled to intercept a U.S. aircraft above the Black Sea, sending a fighter jet that came within 20 feet of its American counterpart. Moscow claimed that the U.S. jet was “approaching the state border of the Russian Federation” when forces in southern Russia deployed an Su-30 fighter jet to follow it. U.S. Naval Forces...

    Eurovision 2017: UK gets excuses in early but is tipped to avoid nul points
    May13

    Eurovision 2017: UK gets excuses in early but is tipped to avoid nul points

    Analysts say Brexit vote should make only marginal difference and eye-catching entry could deliver best result in yearsDancing gorillas, glittering divas, yodelling rappers and simmering political strife come together for the annual kitschfest that is Eurovision on Saturday, when the UK will discover whether Brexit means nul points. Related:...

    Russian military jet narrowly misses collision with US Navy aircraft near Crimea
    May13

    Russian military jet narrowly misses collision with US Navy aircraft near Crimea

    RELATIONS between Washington and Moscow were briefly threatened yesterday after a Russian military jet narrowly avoided a dramatic collision with a US Navy plane. …read more Source:...

    How the Brexit vote could spell nul points UK eurovision
    May13

    How the Brexit vote could spell nul points UK eurovision

    Despite claims by UK hopeful Lucie Jones that last year’s Brexit vote will make no difference to her prospects, the mood in Ukraine – where this year’s contest is being held – seems hostile. …read more Source: Daily...

    After Brexit Brits want out of Eurovision
    May12

    After Brexit Brits want out of Eurovision

    It seems when the floodgates open they open wide. The British public is not done attempting to disconnect the country from European institutions it has been a longstanding membership of, according to the results of a new YouGov survey. With the Eurovision Song Contest taking part this Saturday in Kiev, YouGov finds that should the public be given...

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