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    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia
    May17

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia

    KIEV: The Ukrainian presidential administration said its website had been attacked by Russia in apparent retaliation for Kiev’s decision to block prominent Russian social networks. “We have been witnessing the Russian response to the president’s decree about closing access to Russian social networks,” President Petro...

    Shedding light on French deportees put to work on Hitler’s secret weapon
    May17

    Shedding light on French deportees put to work on Hitler’s secret weapon

    HELFAUT, France: The Resistance’s struggle against Nazi occupation in World War II is well-documented in France but much less is known about thousands of its members forced to work in Nazi Germany on Hitler’s secret weapon: the V2 rockets he hoped would bring Britain to its knees. Now, more than 70 years on, France aims to shed light...

    EU Deal On Visa-Free Travel For Ukrainians To Be Signed
    May17

    EU Deal On Visa-Free Travel For Ukrainians To Be Signed

    Representatives of the European Parliament and the European Council are due to sign a document in Strasbourg formalizing a long-awaited visa liberalization deal with Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia (AFP)
    May17

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – The Ukrainian presidential administration said its website had been attacked by Russia in apparent retaliation for Kiev’s decision to block prominent Russian social networks. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia
    May17

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia

    The Ukrainian presidential administration said its website had been attacked by Russia in apparent retaliation for Kiev’s decision to block prominent Russian social networks …read more Source: The Daily...

    Russians see Turkey as ally, favor deeper ties – Polls
    May17

    Russians see Turkey as ally, favor deeper ties – Polls

    Russians no longer see Turkey as a hostile state and half of the population supports cooperation between the two countries, regardless of existing political issues, according to recent research. The state-run Russian public opinion research center VTSIOM reported on Monday that according to its latest poll, only 4 percent of Russians see...

    [Ticker] Ukraine bans Russian websites
    May17

    [Ticker] Ukraine bans Russian websites

    Ukraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, has banned several Russian internet services on Tuesday (16 May), as part of sanctions over Russia’s annexation of Crimea. The ban includes social media popular among Ukrainians, such as VKontakte, and search engine Yandex. Russia’s foreign ministry condemned the ban. Shortly after its...

    Liisa Ansala: Further democratic consolidation needed in Yerevan also outside the polling stations
    May17

    Liisa Ansala: Further democratic consolidation needed in Yerevan also outside the polling stations

    A 10 member electoral assessment team from the Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of the Council of Europe – headed by Liisa Ansala (Finland, ILDG) and including two representatives from the EU Committee of the Regions – concluded yesterday its mission to observe the elections to the Council of Elders of Yerevan which were held on Sunday...

    Tovuti ya rais wa Ukraine yashambuliwa na Urusi
    May17

    Tovuti ya rais wa Ukraine yashambuliwa na Urusi

    Tovuti rasmi ya rais wa Ukraine Petro Poroshenko imeshambuliwa na wahalifu wa mtandaoni kutoka Urusi, mamlaka yake imesema. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine blocks popular Russian social networks
    May17

    Ukraine blocks popular Russian social networks

    (ChinaPost.com.tw) – Access to internet search engine also denied as Ukraine-Russia feud continues. …read more Source: The China...