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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Five Questions About Russia’s Election Hacking
    Dec12

    Five Questions About Russia’s Election Hacking

    The evidence to support the CIA’s conclusion that Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump remains mostly secret. But the outline of the case is no mystery. Both Democratic and Republican Party servers were reportedly hacked by foreign agents, yet the Moscow-friendly folks at Wikileaks somehow only obtained the contents...

    Japan minister: no economic deals with Russia that would hurt G7 solidarity
    Dec12

    Japan minister: no economic deals with Russia that would hurt G7 solidarity

    [TOKYO] Japanese trade minister Hiroshige Seko on Monday ruled out any economic cooperation steps with Moscow that would hurt the solidarity of sanctions by the Group of Seven (G7) after Moscow’s annexation of Ukraine’s region of Crimea in 2014. …read more Source: The Business...

    Kyrgyzstan imports more than 1,000 ton of milk and dairy from Ukraine, Tajikistan and Turkey
    Dec12

    Kyrgyzstan imports more than 1,000 ton of milk and dairy from Ukraine, Tajikistan and Turkey

    …read more Source: AKIpress News Agency

    Installment processing within minutes: cooperation between  VivaCell-MTS and Unibank
    Dec12

    Installment processing within minutes: cooperation between  VivaCell-MTS and Unibank

    ArmInfo. VivaCell-MTS is glad to inform that now in VivaCell-MTS service centers located 3 Amiryan St. and 6/14 Northern Avenue, Yerevan, and 50/4 Gorki St., Gyumri, installment transactions of smartphones and other devices are made directly by “Unibank” ?JSC employees, which allows significantly decreasing the time required for...

    ‘Putin’s new ghetto has no barbed-wire fence – just surveillance and harassment’
    Dec12

    ‘Putin’s new ghetto has no barbed-wire fence – just surveillance and harassment’

    A Crimean Tatar activist says the world is staying silent as his people are persecuted by RussiaThe Crimean peninsula, annexed by Russia in 2014, has swiftly degenerated into the scene of the greatest repression being conducted anywhere in the entire country.The targets of the Kremlin’s crackdown are the Crimean Tatars, the ethnic group...

    Belarusian Who Fought In Eastern Ukraine On Trial On Hate Charges
    Dec12

    Belarusian Who Fought In Eastern Ukraine On Trial On Hate Charges

    A Belarusian man authorities say has openly espoused neo-Nazi ideas is on trial in Belarus along with five other defendants on charges including inciting ethnic hatred. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    [Ticker] EU-Georgia visa deal expected this week
    Dec12

    [Ticker] EU-Georgia visa deal expected this week

    Member states and MEPs will agree to grant visa-free travel to Georgians at a “trilogue” meeting, expected to take place on Wednesday, Slovak foreign minister Miroslav Lajcak said on Monday in Brussels. “We really see no obstacles” to clinching an agreement on the same day, he said. “They will get the visa-free...

    [Agenda] First summit THIS WEEK for Italy’s new PM
    Dec12

    [Agenda] First summit THIS WEEK for Italy’s new PM

    This week’s EU summit in Brussels will feature debates on migration, counterterrorism, defence, Syria, Russia, and the EU-Ukraine treaty. …read more Source:...

    Trump: President-elect on Russia meddling in US election: ‘I don’t believe it’
    Dec12

    Trump: President-elect on Russia meddling in US election: ‘I don’t believe it’

    Trump's willingness to disregard the intelligence community's "overwhelming evidence" was "extraordinarily damaging," President-elect Donald Trump dismissed a brewing storm over Russian cyber meddling in the US election, rejecting as “ridiculous” US intelligence reports that Moscow tried to help him win...

    Crimean Tatars accuse Russia of kidnappings and political arrests
    Dec12

    Crimean Tatars accuse Russia of kidnappings and political arrests

    Moscow said to be trying to scare activists into submission over annexation, with growing numbers disappearingHuman rights activists have warned of a worsening campaign of harassment in Crimea against Crimean Tatars, including political arrests, trials and kidnappings.Crimean Tatars lived in the area for centuries before it was settled by either...