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    Kiev Airport Cyberattack ‘Originated In Russia’
    Jan18

    Kiev Airport Cyberattack ‘Originated In Russia’

    Malware which infected the airport’s network has been compared a virus that plunged parts of Ukraine into darkness in December. …read more Source: Sky...

    Ukraine Gets $23 Mln Worth of U.S. Military Communications, Medical Devices
    Jan18

    Ukraine Gets $23 Mln Worth of U.S. Military Communications, Medical Devices

    The United States has provided vital military communications and medical equipment to Ukraine to the tune of $23 million, according to the U.S. Embassy in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Gryzlov Reveals His Role in Contact Group
    Jan18

    Gryzlov Reveals His Role in Contact Group

    Newly-appointed Russian representative to the Tripartite Liaison Group Boris Gryzlov has explained his participation in the Minsk talks by the Russian leadership’s task to “expand the horizons seeking for compromise and effective solutions.” …read more Source:...

    Lift sanctions against Russia now | Il Giornale – Italy
    Jan18

    Lift sanctions against Russia now | Il Giornale – Italy

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    [Ticker] Hahn: Ukraine visa-free proposal due 1st quarter
    Jan18

    [Ticker] Hahn: Ukraine visa-free proposal due 1st quarter

    EU neighbourhood commissioner Hahn said in Brussels Monday he “expects” the European Commission to file a formal proposal on Ukraine and Georgia visa-free travel “in the course of the first quarter” of 2016. He said Ukraine has “outstanding issues” on anti-corruption reforms, especially in the customs and tax...

    Bulgaria’s South Stream Hopes Look ‘Bleak’ – Stratfor
    Jan18

    Bulgaria’s South Stream Hopes Look ‘Bleak’ – Stratfor

    No matter how interested Bulgaria is in pursuing the South Stream project, the outcome looks bleak, Stratfor writes in an analysis of Russian gas infrastructure plans. There are certainly reasons Bulgaria and Russia might choose to return to South Stream.Firstly, Sofia “has remained open to the pipeline proposal”, and secondly it has...

    Bulgarian Stream project to balance gas controversies in Europe
    Jan18

    Bulgarian Stream project to balance gas controversies in Europe

    The new project for a gas pipeline entitled Bulgarian Stream should reduce the clash of interests among EU countries an attain a certain balance between the planned Nord Stream 2 and the losses from the expected revenues from the suspended South Stream gas pipeline. The statement is made by the private US intelligence and analytical agency...

    Gryzlov: Significant progress is possible in the implementation of the Minsk agreements
    Jan18

    Gryzlov: Significant progress is possible in the implementation of the Minsk agreements

    “I have no doubts that we can make serious headway in the implementation of the Minsk accords. My meetings in Kiev and Minsk prove this,” he said when asked about the results of his talks with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko in Kiev and the meeting of the contact group in Minsk. …read more Source:...

    Czech President says Muslim integration ‘practically impossible’
    Jan18

    Czech President says Muslim integration ‘practically impossible’

    The existence of “ghettos” in some West European countries proves that “the integration of the Muslim community is practically impossible,” Czech President Miloš Zeman said Sunday. In an interview with the tabloid Blesk, Zeman cited two passages from the Quran that he said reflected men’s right to mistreat women and he highlighted the...

    Belarus 13th in women’s relay in Ruhpolding
    Jan18

    Belarus 13th in women’s relay in Ruhpolding

    The Ukrainian team won the women’s relay, with one penalty and four spare rounds in 1:16:14.2. Germany with two penalties and eleven spares, was 1.2 seconds back. Italy finished third, 43.8 seconds back. …read more Source:...

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