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    Ukraine to investigate suspected computer attack on energy grid
    Dec31

    Ukraine to investigate suspected computer attack on energy grid

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Ukraine to investigate suspected computer attack on energy grid
    Dec31

    Ukraine to investigate suspected computer attack on energy grid

    Ukraine will investigate a suspected computer malware attack on its energy grid, the energy ministry said Thursday, an incident the country’s secret service has blamed on Russia …read more Source: The Daily...

    Haredi couple from Israel caught with drugs in Ukraine
    Dec31

    Haredi couple from Israel caught with drugs in Ukraine

    Couple caught with over two pounds of marijuana. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Crimea loses quarter of power after Ukraine halts supplies
    Dec31

    Crimea loses quarter of power after Ukraine halts supplies

    Crimea has lost at least one quarter of its power after Ukraine switched off supplies, citing a downed electricity pylon, an official in the contested peninsula said Thursday …read more Source: The Daily...

    Leaders urge full implementation of Minsk peace deal in 2016
    Dec30

    Leaders urge full implementation of Minsk peace deal in 2016

    BERLIN: The leaders of France, Germany, Russia and Ukraine agreed in a phone call on Wednesday that the Minsk peace deal for Ukraine must be fully implemented next year and said their foreign ministers would meet in one month to assess progress, the German government said in a statement. The statement from deputy government spokeswoman Christiane...

    Russia, Ukraine reaffirm commitment to cease-fire deal
    Dec30

    Russia, Ukraine reaffirm commitment to cease-fire deal

    Putin, Poroshenko, Merkel and Hollande renew support to Minsk cease-fire deal, amid fresh clashes in eastern Ukraine …read more Source: Anadolu...

    Russian court jails blogger for five years for ‘extremist’ posts
    Dec30

    Russian court jails blogger for five years for ‘extremist’ posts

    A Russian court on Wednesday sentenced a blogger to five years in jail for what it said was his extremist activity on the Internet after he urged people to attend a protest against high transport fares and criticized Russian intervention in Ukraine. Vadim Tyumenstev, 35, from the Siberian region of Tomsk, was also banned from using the Internet...

    Merkel, Hollande, Putin, Poroshenko renew support for ceasefire in Ukraine
    Dec30

    Merkel, Hollande, Putin, Poroshenko renew support for ceasefire in Ukraine

    In phone call four leaders emphasized the need to follow through on the Minsk II peace accords …read more Source:...

    Ukraine will ban imports of some Russian goods
    Dec30

    Ukraine will ban imports of some Russian goods

    …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    Russian court jails blogger for five years for ‘extremist’ posts
    Dec30

    Russian court jails blogger for five years for ‘extremist’ posts

    A Russian court Wednesday sentenced a blogger to five years in jail for what it said was his extremist activity on the Internet after he urged people to attend a protest against high transport fares and criticized Russian intervention in Ukraine …read more Source: The Daily...

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