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    Tel Aviv beach craze makes the jump from paddle ball to fine art
    Oct27

    Tel Aviv beach craze makes the jump from paddle ball to fine art

    An exhibition inspired by and lovingly devoted to beach bats makes its way across Ukraine, bringing the Mediterranean spirit to the Black Sea The post Tel Aviv beach craze makes the jump from paddle ball to fine art appeared first on The Times of Israel. …read more Source: The Times of...

    Why deny the Ukrainian Nazi connection?
    Oct27

    Why deny the Ukrainian Nazi connection?

    The Russian Embassy in Ottawa has created quite the controversy with its latest tweets about Nazi monuments in Canada. “There are monumets (sic) to Nazi collaborators in Canada and nobody is doing anything about it,” one of the tweets noted. A monument in Oakville commemorates those who served with the 14th SS Galizien Division (aka 1st...

    EDB accounts for 60% of private sector financing by MDBs for CIS countries
    Oct27

    EDB accounts for 60% of private sector financing by MDBs for CIS countries

    BISHKEK (TCA) — In Q3 2017, multilateral development banks (MDBs) approved CIS project financing for a total of US$ 1.5 billion, including 60% of sovereign funding and 40% of private sector funding, according to Eurasian Development Bank’s (EDB) Analytical Review. In Q3 2017, investment project financing originated by MDBs in the CIS...

    The Roots of the Dem’s Russia Obsession
    Oct27

    The Roots of the Dem’s Russia Obsession

    Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is an investigative journalist and writer focusing on the radical left and Islamic terrorism. Five years ago, Mitt Romney was hammering Barack Obama for being soft on Russia. And Obama was ridiculing him as a Cold War fossil. The Russia exchanges may seem confusing today, but...

    US draws up list of Russian firms under sanctions law
    Oct27

    US draws up list of Russian firms under sanctions law

    The US State Department on Thursday submitted to lawmakers a list of Russian companies with ties to the military and intelligence services that could face sanctions. A spokeswoman said the list would be made public in the coming days to allow American firms and individuals time to put an end to any business they are doing with the firms. In July,...

    Belatedly, Trump admin finishes list of off-limits Russians
    Oct27

    Belatedly, Trump admin finishes list of off-limits Russians

    WASHINGTON — The Trump administration gave Congress on Thursday a list of Russian officials who may soon become off-limits to anyone who wants to avoid U.S. sanctions, as criticism mounted over the administration’s tardy execution of new penalties on Moscow. Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former NATO chief and adviser to Ukraine’s leader,...

    Gaz-System to invest PLN 11.5 bln in gas infrastructure by 2022
    Oct27

    Gaz-System to invest PLN 11.5 bln in gas infrastructure by 2022

    Natural gas operator Gaz-System will spend a total of PLN 11.5 billion by 2022 on expanding its gas infrastructure, the firm’s CEO Tomasz Stępień said. The investment includes PLN 4.2 billion earmarked for the Baltic Pipe program of connecting the Polish gas network to the Norwegian continental shelf via the Danish gas system. PLN 1.7...

    US draws up list of Russian firms under sanctions law
    Oct27

    US draws up list of Russian firms under sanctions law

    WASHINGTON: The US State Department on Thursday submitted to lawmakers a list of Russian companies with ties to the military and intelligence services that could face sanctions. A spokeswoman said the list would be made public in the coming days to allow American firms and individuals time to put an end to any business they are doing with the...

    Researchers: NotPetya hackers likely behind BadRabbit attack
    Oct27

    Researchers: NotPetya hackers likely behind BadRabbit attack

    MOSCOW: Technical indicators suggest a cyber attack which hit Russia and other countries this week was carried out by hackers behind a similar but bigger assault on Ukraine in June, security researchers who analyzed the two campaigns said on Wednesday. Russia-based cyber firm Group-IB said the BadRabbit virus used in this week’s attack...

    Bombing that wounded Ukrainian lawmaker and killed 2 stirs fears of assassination attempts
    Oct27

    Bombing that wounded Ukrainian lawmaker and killed 2 stirs fears of assassination attempts

    When a bomb exploded outside a television station in Kiev, the Ukraine capital, lawmaker Ihor Mosiychuk of the nationalist opposition Radical Party was exiting after an interview. Mosiychuk was wounded, and his bodyguard and a pedestrian were killed, police said Thursday. Four others were wounded…. …read more Source: Los Angeles...