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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    We cant figure out Trump’s plan for world, says Germany
    Jan06

    We cant figure out Trump’s plan for world, says Germany

    German officials who have held talks with members of US President-elect Donald Trump’s transition team have not been able to figure out what kind of foreign and security policy his administration wants to pursue, a spokesperson said on Friday. “It ultimately remains the case that there still is no clear, coherent and comprehensive picture...

    Classified report on Russia, election hacking going to Trump
    Jan06

    Classified report on Russia, election hacking going to Trump

    WASHINGTON — The nation’s top intelligence officials are making their most detailed and persuasive case yet to President-elect Donald Trump that Russia interfered in this year’s U.S. political process. The officials — Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, CIA Director John Brennan and FBI Director James Comey — are...

    Biden: Trump’s belittling of U.S. intelligence agencies is ‘dangerous,’ ‘mindless’
    Jan06

    Biden: Trump’s belittling of U.S. intelligence agencies is ‘dangerous,’ ‘mindless’

    JUDY WOODRUFF: Mr. Vice President, thank you for talking with us. VICE PRESIDENT JOE BIDEN: I’m delighted to be here with you, Judy. I really am. JUDY WOODRUFF: Let me start with health care, the Affordable Care Act. The Republicans say they plan to repeal it this month and then figuring Democrats are going to help them come up with a...

    Was Trump the ‘Siberian Candidate’?
    Jan06

    Was Trump the ‘Siberian Candidate’?

    President-elect Donald J. Trump won the U.S. presidency by virtue of the electoral vote. This is what the U.S. Constitution prescribes upon whom the presidency is given to. However, he lost the popular vote to Hillary Clinton by 2.9 million votes. More than half of the American voters believe that Trump’s come-from-behind victory happened...

    Filipino fitness coach joins next top model search
    Jan06

    Filipino fitness coach joins next top model search

    ‘I joined because I want to give pride to my country’ Modelling is his passion. But, as of this moment, he is still unsure of what to do in the future because he has a lot of things in mind. A lot of things to do, a lot of things to conquer, and a lot of things to learn, try and experience. Ruperto Marquez III, 28, is working as a fitness...

    Angelique Kerber: World number one keen to shine at Sydney International
    Jan06

    Angelique Kerber: World number one keen to shine at Sydney International

    The world number one was unexpectedly dumped from the Brisbane tournament in the quarter-finals on Thursday. Angelique Kerber has one last chance to shine ahead of the Australian Open after crashing out early at the Brisbane International, but she insists she is happy with her game heading into her final warm-up at Sydney.The world number one,...

    Serbia’s Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas Eve
    Jan06

    Serbia’s Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas Eve

    Eastern Orthodox believers, Serbia’s majority Christian denomination, are on Friday, January 6, marking Christmas Eve. Christmas is a public holiday in Serbia celebrated on January 7, according to the Julian calendar. Among the countries adhering to the same calendar are also Belarus, Georgia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Russia, and Ukraine....

    Think hacking’s bad now? You ain’t seen nothing yet
    Jan06

    Think hacking’s bad now? You ain’t seen nothing yet

    President Barack Obama at the National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) in Arlington, Virginia, USA ©Pool/ABACA USA/PA Images Since the early 1990s, governments have been aware of cyberthreats and their potentially devastating consequences. But initially, they identified the threats in different ways. The American...

    AUSTRALIA: UKRAINIANS ACTIVE ON MANY FRONTS…
    Jan06

    AUSTRALIA: UKRAINIANS ACTIVE ON MANY FRONTS…

    Bogdan Rudnytski interviewed Chairman of the Australian Federation of Ukrainian Organisations Stefan Romaniw, OAM. Ukrainians in Australia were active in 2016 with protests, demonstrations, rallies, political and cultural events, as well as ann…(Богдан Рудницький веде розмову із Головою Управи Союзу Українських Організацій Австралії паном...

    Sviatoslav Karavansky,  prominent Soviet-era political prisoner, dies
    Jan06

    Sviatoslav Karavansky, prominent Soviet-era political prisoner, dies

    PHILADELPHIA – Sviatoslav Karavansky, a prominent Ukrainian anti-Soviet dissident, twice imprisoned in Soviet concentration camps for a total of 31 years, died at the age of 95 on December 17 at a hospital in Baltimore. He had been living in the U.S. since 1980, soon after being released with his wife, Dr. Nina Strokata, likewise […] …read...