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    Cyberattack with Virus “Badrabbit”, Bulgaria is Among the Affected Countries
    Oct25

    Cyberattack with Virus “Badrabbit”, Bulgaria is Among the Affected Countries

    Yesterday transport companies, media and government agencies in Ukraine, Russia, Turkey, Bulgaria and other countries were subjected to cyberattacks with the computer virus “Badrabbit,” said Rosbalt, quoted by DARIK. According to a media release of ESET’s computer security firm, among the attacked computer networks are those at...

    Film about Russian czar’s affair premieres despite hostility
    Oct25

    Film about Russian czar’s affair premieres despite hostility

    Alexei Uchitel, Russian film director of “Matilda,” a movie about the last Russian czar’s affair with a ballerina and his movie crew applaud at the stage at the Mariinsky Theatre in Moscow, Russia, on Monday, October 23, 2017. Photo: AP MOSCOW: A film about the last Russian czar’s affair with a ballerina had its Moscow premiere...

    Armenia’s plans on teaching Russian raise fears of Moscow influence
    Oct25

    Armenia’s plans on teaching Russian raise fears of Moscow influence

    YEREVAN: Armenia plans to increase teaching Russian in schools in a move that has sparked widespread concerns that Moscow’s influence is growing in the ex-Soviet state. The education ministry has launched public discussion of the reform on the use of the Russian language, as the Caucasus country marks 26 years of independence from the...

    ‘BadRabbit’ ransomware attack hits Russia, Ukraine, Japan
    Oct25

    ‘BadRabbit’ ransomware attack hits Russia, Ukraine, Japan

    The US Department of Homeland Security issued a warning on the BadRabbit ransomware. …read more Source: Hindustan...

    Armenia’s plans on teaching Russian raise fears of Moscow influence
    Oct25

    Armenia’s plans on teaching Russian raise fears of Moscow influence

    YEREVAN: Armenia plans to increase teaching Russian in schools in a move that has sparked widespread concerns that Moscow’s influence is growing in the ex-Soviet state. The education ministry has launched public discussion of the reform on the use of the Russian language, as the Caucasus country marks 26 years of independence from the...

    ‘BadRabbit’ ransomware attack hits Russia, Ukraine, Japan
    Oct25

    ‘BadRabbit’ ransomware attack hits Russia, Ukraine, Japan

    The US Department of Homeland Security issued a warning on the BadRabbit ransomware. …read more Source: Hindustan...

    Russian presidential hopeful says Crimea belongs to Ukraine
    Oct25

    Russian presidential hopeful says Crimea belongs to Ukraine

    Russian celebrity Ksenia Sobchak, who announced her presidential bid last week, gestures while speaking to the media in Moscow, Russia, on Tuesday, Oct. 24. (Sergey Vedyashkin/ Moscow News Agency photo via AP)Moscow (AP) — A 35-year-old Russian celebrity TV host who aspires to run for president in next March’s election said Tuesday that...

    Sobchak Launches Campaign For Kremlin With Call To Release ‘Political Prisoners’
    Oct25

    Sobchak Launches Campaign For Kremlin With Call To Release ‘Political Prisoners’

    Ksenia Sobchak — the Russian socialite, TV personality, and opposition activist who announced last week she would run in the presidential election in March — has called on the authorities to release political prisoners. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    New wave of cyber-attacks hits Russia, other nations
    Oct25

    New wave of cyber-attacks hits Russia, other nations

    More than half the victims were in Russia, followed by Ukraine, Bulgaria, Turkey and Japan, according to ESET. …read more Source: Eyewitness...

    Sobchak Launches Campaign For Kremlin With Call To Release ‘Political Prisoners’
    Oct25

    Sobchak Launches Campaign For Kremlin With Call To Release ‘Political Prisoners’

    Ksenia Sobchak — the Russian socialite, TV personality, and opposition activist who announced last week she would run in the presidential election in March — has called on the authorities to release political prisoners. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...