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U.S. general says allies worry Russian war game may be ‘Trojan horse’
Jul21

U.S. general says allies worry Russian war game may be ‘Trojan horse’

BERLIN (Reuters) – U.S. allies in eastern Europe and Ukraine are worried that Russia’s planned war games in September could be a “Trojan horse” aimed at leaving behind military equipment brought into Belarus, the U.S. Army’s top general in Europe said on Thursday. Original Article Related posts No related posts. The post...

Dutch unveil memorial for victims of Ukraine airplane crash
Jul17

Dutch unveil memorial for victims of Ukraine airplane crash

Vijfhuizen, NETHERLANDS (Reuters) – The Netherlands unveiled a national monument on Monday in memory of the 298 people killed in the downing of a Malaysia Airlines jetliner in 2014 above territory controlled by pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine. Original Article Related posts No related posts. The post Dutch unveil memorial for victims...

Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack
Jul01

Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack

KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine said on Saturday that Russian security services were involved in a recent cyber attack on the country, with the aim of destroying important data and spreading panic. Original Article Related posts No related posts. The post Ukraine points finger at Russian security services in recent cyber attack appeared first on...

Venezuela’s shield-bearing protesters inspired by Ukraine
Jun29

Venezuela’s shield-bearing protesters inspired by Ukraine

CARACAS (Reuters) – Drawing inspiration from Ukraine’s 2013-14 revolt, Venezuela’s young protesters are donning Viking-like shields in battles with security forces and eagerly watching a film on the Kiev uprising. Original Article Related posts No related posts. The post Venezuela’s shield-bearing protesters inspired by Ukraine...

Book reviews roundup: A Boy in Winter; A Bold and Dangerous Family; Al-Britannia
Jun16

Book reviews roundup: A Boy in Winter; A Bold and Dangerous Family; Al-Britannia

What the critics thought of Rachel Seiffert’s A Boy in Winter, Caroline Moorehead’s A Bold and Dangerous Family and Al-Britannia, My Country: A Journey Through Muslim Britain by James Fergusson Two lesser known aspects of the second world war were explored in fiction and non-fiction this month. Rachel Seiffert’s novel A Boy in...

‘Industroyer’ virus could bring down power networks, researchers warn
Jun14

‘Industroyer’ virus could bring down power networks, researchers warn

Discovery of new malware shows vulnerability of critical infrastructure, just months after the WannaCry ransomware took out NHS computers Six months on from a hacking attack that caused a blackout in Kiev, Ukraine, security researchers have warned that the malware that was used in the attack would be “easy” to convert to cripple infrastructure in...

Austria releases suspect accused of war crimes in Ukraine
Jun01

Austria releases suspect accused of war crimes in Ukraine

VIENNA (Reuters) – An Austrian accused of committing war crimes in eastern Ukraine has been released from custody in his home country after credibly denying the allegations against him, a spokesman for the prosecutors’ office handling the case said on Thursday. Original Article Related posts No related posts. The post Austria releases...

Trump expects Russia to return Crimea to Ukraine: White House
Feb14

Trump expects Russia to return Crimea to Ukraine: White House

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump made it clear he expects Russia to return Crimea to Ukraine and reduce violence in Ukraine, White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Tuesday. …read more Source: Libya...

Dutch approval of Ukraine-EU treaty delayed until after elections: ANP
Feb13

Dutch approval of Ukraine-EU treaty delayed until after elections: ANP

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – A landmark cooperation agreement between the European Union and Ukraine will delayed and might even be voided as the Netherlands puts off approving the treaty. …read more Source: Libya...

NATO says it sees sharp rise in Russian disinformation since Crimea seizure
Feb11

NATO says it sees sharp rise in Russian disinformation since Crimea seizure

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – NATO accused Russia of escalating a disinformation campaign since the Kremlin’s 2014 seizure of Ukraine’s Crimea region, saying Russian websites such as Sputnik and RT had posted false stories, the alliance’s spokeswoman said on Saturday. …read more Source: Libya...

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