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Politics: The elite Russian hackers taking aim at the West have a ‘deadly’ and ‘unprecedented’ new tool in their arsenal
Apr26

Politics: The elite Russian hackers taking aim at the West have a ‘deadly’ and ‘unprecedented’ new tool in their arsenal

A hacking group linked to Russia's military intelligence apparatus has begun taking aim at France's centrist presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron. A hacking group linked by cybersecurity experts to Russia’s military intelligence apparatus has begun taking aim at France’s centrist presidential candidate, Emmanuel Macron,...

Washington Wants OSCE to Lead Investigation Into Deadly Car Blast in Ukraine
Apr26

Washington Wants OSCE to Lead Investigation Into Deadly Car Blast in Ukraine

WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — The OSCE should lead the investigation into an explosion that killed one of its Special Monitoring Mission members in eastern Ukraine, US Department of State acting spokesperson Mark Toner said in a briefing on Tuesday. “We believe this should be an OSCE led investigation because we want to find out exactly what happened,”...

UN: Electricity Cuts Put Additional Burden on Civilian Population in Ukraine
Apr25

UN: Electricity Cuts Put Additional Burden on Civilian Population in Ukraine

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) – The civilian population in Ukraine is already vulnerable due to the ongoing conflict and should not be put under additional pressure by electricity shortages, UN Secretary-General spokesman Stephane Dujarric said on Tuesday. “It is important that the civilian population that is trapped in the fighting should not be made...

Russia to Supply Power to Rebel-Controlled Eastern Ukraine
Apr25

Russia to Supply Power to Rebel-Controlled Eastern Ukraine

MOSCOW – In a move that further cements Russia’s control over parts of eastern Ukraine, Russian officials announced Tuesday they will begin supplying electricity to separatist-controlled areas in eastern Ukraine after the Ukrainian government cut off the power because of millions in unpaid bills. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov described...

Ukraine says lights-off to unruly separatists
Apr25

Ukraine says lights-off to unruly separatists

Ukraine State officials along with State energy utility officials cut-off power to separatist Moscow-aligned regions last night to curb an alleged run-up of electricity debt which has reached 90 million euros …read more Source:...

eNCA | Ukraine cuts off power to part of separatist east
Apr25

eNCA | Ukraine cuts off power to part of separatist east

The region’s Kremlin-backed leaders said the measure had little-to-no impact because they immediately resorted to power supplies from Russia. …read more Source:...

Zdravko Mamic: Croatia football ‘boss’ faces major graft trial
Apr25

Zdravko Mamic: Croatia football ‘boss’ faces major graft trial

Mamic has been charged with abuse of power and bribery between 2008 to 2012. Controversial former Dinamo Zagreb boss Zdravko Mamic on Thursday faces a multi-million euro corruption trial, a crucial case for Croatian football which is already burdened with hooliganism and poor infrastructure.Mamic, considered the most powerful figure in the sport...

UN Urges Investigation Into Deadly OSCE Mission Incident in Ukraine
Apr25

UN Urges Investigation Into Deadly OSCE Mission Incident in Ukraine

UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) — The United Nations urged parties to the conflict in Ukraine to allow a proper investigation into the incident that led to an Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) mission member’s death, UN Secretary-General spokesman Stephane Dujarric said in a statement on Monday. “We extend our condolences...

EU stands firms on Crimea sanctions against Russia
Apr24

EU stands firms on Crimea sanctions against Russia

The EU’s top diplomat, Federica Mogherini, has told Russia that while the bloc wants closer ties with Moscow, there are undeniable problems. The Russian foreign minister seems to feel the same way. …read more Source:...

Politics: Russia seems to be intensifying its new Cold War on the west
Apr24

Politics: Russia seems to be intensifying its new Cold War on the west

Trump often said he'd likely "get along" with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but a recent cruise missile strike in Syria put a wrench in those plans. President Donald Trump often said on the campaign trail that he’d likely “get along” with Russian President Vladimir Putin, but a recent cruise missile strike in...

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