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    Chinese Online Lending Service Asks Women for Naked Selfies as Collateral
    Dec06

    Chinese Online Lending Service Asks Women for Naked Selfies as Collateral

    Chinese online loan sharks are targeting university students with demands of nude photographs as collateral for credit and threatening them with exposure if they don’t pay back the cash. . . BEIJING – Hundreds of photos and videos of naked women used as collateral for loans on a Chinese online lending service have leaked onto the web,...

    The second round of the hippotherapy program is completed
    Dec06

    The second round of the hippotherapy program is completed

    ArmInfo.The Foundation for the Preservation of Wildlife and Cultural Assets (FPWC) and VivaCell-MTS hosted children with disabilities and their parents participating in one of the joint projects of FPWC and VivaCell-MTS – in the second round of the hippotherapy program in Yerevan Zoo. In June 2015, with the opening of the first inclusive...

    Ukraine feels let down by EU with visa deal elusive
    Dec06

    Ukraine feels let down by EU with visa deal elusive

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine feels let down by the European Union for not keeping to a promise to give its citizens visa-free travel in the bloc, senior Ukrainian officials said. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine feels let down by EU with visa deal elusive
    Dec06

    Ukraine feels let down by EU with visa deal elusive

    KIEV (Reuters) – Ukraine feels let down by the European Union for not keeping to a promise to give its citizens visa-free travel in the bloc, senior Ukrainian officials said. …read more Source: Libya...

    Diplomats Say EU Set To Extend Sanctions Against Russia
    Dec06

    Diplomats Say EU Set To Extend Sanctions Against Russia

    European Union diplomats say EU leaders are highly likely to prolong economic sanctions on Russia through July 31, 2017, when they meet in Brussels for a summit next week. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    NATO chief trumpets new ‘momentum’ with EU military ties
    Dec06

    NATO chief trumpets new ‘momentum’ with EU military ties

    BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO and the European Union are moving forward on deepening cooperation, the alliance’s chief said Tuesday, as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump insists European allies start pulling their own military weight. Preparing to chair a meeting in Brussels of the 28-nation military alliance’s foreign ministers, NATO...

    NATO chief trumpets new ‘momentum’ with EU military ties
    Dec06

    NATO chief trumpets new ‘momentum’ with EU military ties

    Trump lambasted Europeans during the U.S. campaign for not paying their fair share of defense budgets and wants NATO to do more to combat terrorism. The two-day meeting in Brussels is aimed in part at reassuring the incoming U.S. administration that European allies are spending more and that the world’s biggest military alliance is already...

    Putin’s Russia seeks to project power with modern military
    Dec06

    Putin’s Russia seeks to project power with modern military

    With an aircraft carrier deployed off Syria’s shores and hundreds of new jets, missiles and tanks entering service each year, President Vladimir Putin can project Russian military power on a scale unseen since Soviet times. A massive reform effort launched in the wake of Russia’s 2008 war with Georgia has transformed a crumbling,...

    US Foreign Policy Under Trump Likely to Preoccupy NATO Ministers
    Dec06

    US Foreign Policy Under Trump Likely to Preoccupy NATO Ministers

    NATO Foreign ministers face a busy agenda as they meet for year-end talks Tuesday in Brussels. But at a time when the alliance faces myriad challenges, the biggest issue is not on the official agenda: What NATO course will Donald Trump chart when he becomes U.S. president? “Trump will be on everybody’s mind,” says analyst Sven Biscop of the...

    Putin approves new cyber-security doctrine
    Dec06

    Putin approves new cyber-security doctrine

    MOSCOW: Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed off on a broad-ranging plan aimed at bolstering the country’s defenses against cyber attacks from abroad and cracking down on perceived foreign influence. The Kremlin’s new “information security doctrine” comes as attention has focused on the rise in state-sponsored hacking...