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    FIATA World Congress 2016 to announce winner of Young International Freight Forwarder on 5 October
    Aug20

    FIATA World Congress 2016 to announce winner of Young International Freight Forwarder on 5 October

    FIATA World Congress 2016 will announce the winner of “The Young International Freight Forwarder of the Year Award” at the opening ceremony of the congress in Dublin on 5 October. FIATA is a non-governmental organisation, and represents an industry covering approximately 40,000 forwarding and logistics firms, also known as the Architects of...

    FBI Probes Possible US Ties to Corruption by Former Ukraine President
    Aug20

    FBI Probes Possible US Ties to Corruption by Former Ukraine President

    …read more Source: The Jakarta...

    FBI aids Ukraine probe with possible Manafort link
    Aug20

    FBI aids Ukraine probe with possible Manafort link

    …read more Source: Taipei...

    FBI probes possible U.S. ties to corruption by former Ukraine president: CNN
    Aug20

    FBI probes possible U.S. ties to corruption by former Ukraine president: CNN

    The FBI and U.S. Justice Department are investigating possible U.S. ties to alleged corruption involving the former president of Ukraine, including the work of firms headed by political operatives Paul Manafort and Tony Podesta, CNN reported on Friday, citing multiple U.S. law enforcement officials. The broad-based investigation was looking into...

    US sees no signs of Russian invasion on Ukraine: Pentagon
    Aug20

    US sees no signs of Russian invasion on Ukraine: Pentagon

    The US dismisses Ukraine’s concerns about a “full scale” Russian invasion. …read more Source:...

    BRUNCH EDITION — THE NEW CONCERN on the Hill — MANAFORT tick tocks — GOP preps ‘break glass’ emergency plan — CLINTONS on Martha’s Vineyard — WEEKEND READS and LISTENS
    Aug20

    BRUNCH EDITION — THE NEW CONCERN on the Hill — MANAFORT tick tocks — GOP preps ‘break glass’ emergency plan — CLINTONS on Martha’s Vineyard — WEEKEND READS and LISTENS

    Good Saturday morning! The new concern inside the highest levels of Republican politics is that Hillary Clinton will raise $1 billion for Democrats and the party will train some of their efforts — and that money — on defeating House and Senate Republicans. Party leaders privately concede that the Senate could be lost either way. But...

    Ukraine conflict: Cars burn amid Donetsk shelling
    Aug20

    Ukraine conflict: Cars burn amid Donetsk shelling

    The Ukrainian government and rebels accuse each other of breaking the ceasefire agreement, as video released by the defence ministry purports to show burning buildings and cars near Donetsk on Friday. …read more Source:...

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed on Donbass frontline, says Kyiv
    Aug20

    Two Ukrainian soldiers killed on Donbass frontline, says Kyiv

    Ukraine’s defence ministry says two soldiers were killed and eight wounded in a 24-hour period on the frontline of the war-torn Donbass region. …read more Source:...

    FBI Investigating U.S. Ties To Alleged Corruption By Former Ukraine President
    Aug20

    FBI Investigating U.S. Ties To Alleged Corruption By Former Ukraine President

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The FBI and U.S. Justice Department are investigating possible U.S. ties to alleged corruption involving the former president of Ukraine, including the work of firms headed by political operatives Paul Manafort and Tony Podesta, CNN reported on Friday, citing multiple U.S. law enforcement officials.The broad-based...

    Manafort’s Lobbying Firm Hires Outside Counsel To Look Into Ukraine Activities
    Aug20

    Manafort’s Lobbying Firm Hires Outside Counsel To Look Into Ukraine Activities

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The sudden resignation Friday of Donald Trump’s campaign chairman put renewed emphasis on revelations about his past work on behalf of Ukraine’s pro-Russian political leaders, including his firm’s role directing a covert Washington lobbying operation that would have required him under federal law to disclose...