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    The Latest: Russia’s Putin calls Manchester attack inhuman
    May23

    The Latest: Russia’s Putin calls Manchester attack inhuman

    In Tuesday’s telegram to British Prime Minister Theresa May, Putin offered condolences over what he called a “cynical, inhuman crime” and wishes for a quick recovery of all those hurt. Putin reaffirmed Russia’s readiness to “expand anti-terror cooperation with British partners, both on bilateral level and within the...

    Ukrainian Hacker Sentenced to Jail in US for Role in Massive Fraud Scheme
    May23

    Ukrainian Hacker Sentenced to Jail in US for Role in Massive Fraud Scheme

    NEW YORK (Sputnik) — Ukrainian citizen Vadym Iermolovych was sentenced to 30 months in prison for his role in the largest known computer hacking and securities fraud scheme, US Department of Justice announced in a press release Monday. “A Ukrainian hacker was sentenced today to 30 months in prison for his role in an international scheme to hack...

    EU – UKRAINE: VISA-FREE REGIME FOR UKRAINIAN CITIZENS
    May23

    EU – UKRAINE: VISA-FREE REGIME FOR UKRAINIAN CITIZENS

    On May 17, in Strasbourg, President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko took part in the signing ceremony of the legislative act on abolishing visa requirements for Ukrainians for short-term trips to the countries of the European Union and the Schengen zo…(17 травня у Страсбурзі був підписаний законодавчий акт про надання Україні безвізового режиму...

    Trump presses NATO on spending, terror
    May23

    Trump presses NATO on spending, terror

    BRUSSELS: US President Donald Trump will press his Nato allies on Thursday to increase defence spending and take a more active role in the fight against Islamist terror. Here are the expected main talking points during the brief summit at Nato’s new, futuristic headquarters on the outskirts of Brussels. Allies must do more Washington and...

    Dutch senators poised to back EU’s treaty with Ukraine in key vote
    May23

    Dutch senators poised to back EU’s treaty with Ukraine in key vote

    The Dutch senate is set to vote in favour of the controversial EU treaty with Ukraine on Tuesday thanks to… …read more Source:...

    Vietnam: Human rights blogger among five finalists for human rights award
    May23

    Vietnam: Human rights blogger among five finalists for human rights award

    VIETNAMESE blogger Pham Thanh Nghien has been named one of five finalists for the 2017 Front Line Defenders Award for Human Rights Defenders at Risk, an award recognising activists who risk their lives to benefit their communities. Nghien was imprisoned in 2010 for four years as a result of her work publicising violations against and defending...

    Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan pledge game-changing energy, power cooperation
    May23

    Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan pledge game-changing energy, power cooperation

    BISHKEK (TCA) — Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev has so far built the most friendly and close relations with next-door neighbor Turkmenistan, with other Central Asian neighbors also mending ties with Tashkent in various spheres. We are republishing this article on the issue, originally published by EurasiaNet.org: The love affair between...

    Russian collusion?
    May23

    Russian collusion?

    Why would the Russian government want Trump to be President? The Democrats, under President Obama, pulled U.S. missiles out of the Ukraine; did not support Ukrainian troops fighting the Russians … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    Donald Trump’s EU visit offers chance to resolve Ukraine conflict
    May23

    Donald Trump’s EU visit offers chance to resolve Ukraine conflict

    Careful US diplomacy can repair relations with Moscow and hasten peace in the east …read more Source: Financial...

    Indictment tells murky Montenegrin coup tale
    May23

    Indictment tells murky Montenegrin coup tale

    PODGORICA, Montenegro — It has the plot of a thriller, even if it doesn’t read like one. In long, tangled sentences, an indictment filed by the chief prosecutor in Montenegro lays out a story of Russian agents recruiting mercenaries to storm parliament on election day and stop the small Balkan state from joining NATO....