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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Israel Police sent 15 officers to Uman to help with unruly Israelis
    Oct08

    Israel Police sent 15 officers to Uman to help with unruly Israelis

    Each year, at the request of Ukrainian forces, Israel sends a task force to help in enforcing order amongst the tens of thousands of Israelis who make a pilgrimage to the burial site of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov. …read more Source: Yedioth...

    U.S. formally accuses Russia of political cyber attacks
    Oct08

    U.S. formally accuses Russia of political cyber attacks

    WASHINGTON: The U.S. government for the first time on Friday formally accused Russia of a campaign of cyber attacks against Democratic Party organizations ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election. “We believe, based on the scope and sensitivity of these efforts, that only Russia’s senior-most officials could have authorized these...

    Pro-Western Georgia holds knife-edge parliamentary vote
    Oct08

    Pro-Western Georgia holds knife-edge parliamentary vote

    TBILISI: Georgia votes on Saturday in bitterly contested parliamentary polls that have sparked fears of political instability in the Caucasus nation, with two pro-Western parties tied after a fraught campaign. The knife-edge elections see the ruling Georgian Dream party, led from behind the scenes by billionaire ex-PM Bidzina Ivanishvili,...

    Azerbaijani-Ukrainian relations discussed in Kyiv
    Oct08

    Azerbaijani-Ukrainian relations discussed in Kyiv

    Member of the Azerbaijani Parliament, Head of Working Group on Azerbaijani-Ukrainian inter-parliamentary ties Rufat Guliyev has met members of the Ukrainian parliament. …read more Source:...

    US says Russia behind Democratic server hack, Kremlin says ‘nonsense’
    Oct08

    US says Russia behind Democratic server hack, Kremlin says ‘nonsense’

    The Obama administration’s decision to blame Russia for the attacks is the latest downward turn in Washington’s relations with Moscow, which are under strain over Russia’s actions in Syria and Ukraine and in cyberspace. …read more Source: Hindustan...

    Russian hacking crisis tests Obama’s nerve
    Oct08

    Russian hacking crisis tests Obama’s nerve

    President Barack Obama came under immediate pressure Friday night to punish Russia for hacking into US political institutions — with calls to rally European allies behind sweeping new sanctions against Moscow. The demands for swift action followed the administration’s extraordinary public statement accusing the Russian government of...

    Football: Gameiro hits double in handsome France win
    Oct08

    Football: Gameiro hits double in handsome France win

    PARIS (AFP) – Kevin Gameiro marked his first international start in almost five years with a brace as France came from behind to beat Bulgaria 4-1 and kick-start their World Cup qualifying campaign on Friday.On their first outing at the Stade de France since losing the Euro 2016 final to Portugal in July, France fell behind to an early...

    U.S. lawmaker wants cyber sanctions on Russia after hacking charges
    Oct08

    U.S. lawmaker wants cyber sanctions on Russia after hacking charges

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The chairman of a U.S. Senate cyber security subcommittee said on Friday he planned to introduce sanctions legislation over “Russia’s cyber criminals” after Washington accused Russia of political cyber attacks ahead of the Nov. 8 presidential election. …read more Source: The...

    Dutch city celebrates return of five stolen masterpieces
    Oct08

    Dutch city celebrates return of five stolen masterpieces

    Five Golden Age masterpieces recovered from a “criminal gang” in Ukraine have returned to the Dutch city of Hoorn. The paintings were among the 24 works of art stolen from the city’s museum in 2005. …read more Source:...

    US: Soldiers sold army equipment to foreign buyers
    Oct08

    US: Soldiers sold army equipment to foreign buyers

    Eight Americans, including six soldiers, were charged with stealing and selling more than $1 million worth of “sensitive” army equipment, US officials said yesterday. The equipment was sold through online auction site eBay to anonymous customers, including some located in foreign countries such as China, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan, Lithuania, Moldova,...