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    Ukraine warns of more malware attacks after Kiev airport hit
    Jan18

    Ukraine warns of more malware attacks after Kiev airport hit

    Ukraine’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-UA) warned on Monday of the threat of possible further virus attacks after malware was found in the IT system of Kiev’s main airport over the weekend. …read more Source: The Daily...

    US lifts ban on funding ‘neo-Nazi’ Ukrainian militia
    Jan18

    US lifts ban on funding ‘neo-Nazi’ Ukrainian militia

    Last June, Congress passed a resolution intended to block American military funding for Ukraine from being used to provide training or weaponry for the Azov Battalion. …read more Source: The Jerusalem...

    OSCE monitors fired upon in east Ukraine
    Jan17

    OSCE monitors fired upon in east Ukraine

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which keeps a tab on ceasefire in Ukraine, says its monitors have come under fire during an assessment mission in the country’s war-torn east. …read more Source: Iran...

    OSCE monitors fired upon in east Ukraine
    Jan17

    OSCE monitors fired upon in east Ukraine

    The Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which keeps a tab on ceasefire in Ukraine, says its monitors have come under fire during an assessment mission in the country’s war-torn east. According to the reports, the organization said the incident occurred on Saturday when its observers’ vehicle was hit with...

    Foreign monitors under fire in east Ukraine
    Jan17

    Foreign monitors under fire in east Ukraine

    An OSCE vehicle carrying observers and a translator who were in an Ukraine controlled area to assess a damaged pipelline came under fire. …read more Source: World...

    Foreign monitors under fire in east Ukraine: OSCE
    Jan17

    Foreign monitors under fire in east Ukraine: OSCE

    Western monitors of Ukraine’s tattered truce reported Sunday that they had come under fire during an assessment of the situation in the war-torn east of the former Soviet state …read more Source: The Daily...

    After Russian embargo, stormy seas for Iceland’s fisheries
    Jan17

    After Russian embargo, stormy seas for Iceland’s fisheries

    In Iceland’s small harbors, a Russian embargo on European fish imports isn’t just a headache for fishermen — it’s a headache for everyone. “Of course we’re worried,” says Astvaldur Sigurdsson, a grocer in Neskaupstadur, a town of 1,500 people nestled in a cove in eastern Iceland. “This is bound to...

    Ukrainians prepare for further economic hardships
    Jan17

    Ukrainians prepare for further economic hardships

    Despite predictions of slight economic growth, Ukrainians feeling the financial burden of war. …read more Source: AL...

    Lifting of Iran sanctions is ‘a good day for the world’ | World news
    Jan16

    Lifting of Iran sanctions is ‘a good day for the world’ | World news

    The lifting of nuclear-related sanctions on Iran will be “a good day for the world”, its foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, has said as leaders gather in Vienna to complete the agreement. “It’s a good day for the people of Iran … and also a good day for the region. The sanctions will be lifted today,” he said on Saturday after arriving...

    US, Kremlin officials meet at Russian border for Ukraine talks
    Jan15

    US, Kremlin officials meet at Russian border for Ukraine talks

    The meeting came amid an apparent international push to shore up the brittle truce amid sporadic fighting in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: World...

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