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    Putin Reshuffles Regional Leaders Ahead Of Vote; Russian Customs Chief Out
    Jul28

    Putin Reshuffles Regional Leaders Ahead Of Vote; Russian Customs Chief Out

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has abruptly reshuffled several regional leaders and dismissed the ambassador to Ukraine in a substantial shake-up that also included the removal of the country’s longtime customs chief. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Trump campaign manager Manafort has Ukrainian history
    Jul28

    Trump campaign manager Manafort has Ukrainian history

    Donald Trump’s campaign manager Paul Manafort previously helped to run electoral campaigns in Ukraine. Former president Victor Yanukovych was one of those he led to victory. What role does he play in politics? …read more Source:...

    Russia to US, Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal
    Jul28

    Russia to US, Trump: Sort out your own pre-election hacking scandal

    Russia told the United States on Thursday to get to the bottom of a hacking scandal involving Democratic Party emails itself and rejected what Donald Trump said was a sarcastic suggestion that Moscow should dig up Hillary Clinton’s “missing” emails. Trump, the Republican Party’s presidential candidate, angered Democratic circles on...

    OSCE urges against ‘large-scale’ strife in Ukraine
    Jul28

    OSCE urges against ‘large-scale’ strife in Ukraine

    European monitors observing Ukraine’s separatist conflict Thursday urged pro-Russian rebels and government forces to avoid a return to “large-scale military operations,” as cease-fire violations escalate and casualties rise. …read more Source: The Daily...

    U.S Election Hacking Scandal: Russia tells U.S., Trump to sort out scandal
    Jul28

    U.S Election Hacking Scandal: Russia tells U.S., Trump to sort out scandal

    Peskov said the Kremlin was unmoved by that comment, and it would not change what he says has been its neutral stance on U.S. presidential candidates. Russia told the United States on Thursday to get to the bottom of a hacking scandal involving Democratic Party emails itself and rejected what Donald Trump said was a sarcastic suggestion that...

    Not Doomed Yet: The Can of Fanta in the Mariana Trench
    Jul28

    Not Doomed Yet: The Can of Fanta in the Mariana Trench

    This is ‘Not Doomed Yet,’ The Atlantic’s newsletter about global warming. It lives here in the science section; you can also get it in your inbox: Enter your email address powered by TinyLetter It’s been a little more than two months since I last sent a newsletter. Friends are starting to write in, concerned: “Rob, are we...

    Combating the Global Menace of Corruption through Fiscal Transparency
    Jul28

    Combating the Global Menace of Corruption through Fiscal Transparency

    As the United States works to promote global economic growth and stability, it is clear that poor governance and persistent corruption around the world present serious obstacles. In a May article by former Deputy Secretary of State William Burns and retired Admiral Michael Mullen, corruption represents “a menace to development, human...

    Beeline continues registering participants of “Eurasia Mobile Challenge” local round
    Jul28

    Beeline continues registering participants of “Eurasia Mobile Challenge” local round

    Beeline continues registering participants in “Eurasia Mobile Challenge” local round till October 15. “Eurasia Mobile Challenge” is organized by Vimpelcom within “Make your Mark” global strategy. The press service of the company has told ArmInfo that the winner, the second and the third place holders will...

    Trump: Call For Russia To Hack Clinton’s E-Mail ‘Sarcastic’
    Jul28

    Trump: Call For Russia To Hack Clinton’s E-Mail ‘Sarcastic’

    Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has backed down from his suggestion that Russia should hack the e-mail of his Democratic opponent, Hillary Clinton, saying on July 28 he was “being sarcastic.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia To Unveil New $1.4 Billion Black Sea Fleet Base Near Crimea
    Jul28

    Russia To Unveil New $1.4 Billion Black Sea Fleet Base Near Crimea

    Russia plans to open a new Black Sea naval base near Crimea in four years’ time, a retired Black Sea Fleet commander has told state news agency RIA Novosti. Moscow retained military facilities in Crimea after Ukraine declared independence from the Soviet Union in 1992 and has been rearming the peninsula since annexing it in 2014. The Black...