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    Former Trump Aide Manafort Registers as Foreign Agent for Ukraine Work
    Jun28

    Former Trump Aide Manafort Registers as Foreign Agent for Ukraine Work

    A firm owned by ex-Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort disclosed more than $17 million in payments for its work in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Companies, Governments Assess Damage from Latest Malware 
    Jun28

    Companies, Governments Assess Damage from Latest Malware 

    PARIS – Companies and governments around the world on Wednesday counted the cost of a software epidemic that has disrupted ports, hospitals and banks. Ukraine, which was hardest hit and where the attack likely originated, said it had secured critical state assets — though everyday life remained affected, with cash machines out of order and...

    Intel report: Kremlin sees US urging regime change in Russia
    Jun28

    Intel report: Kremlin sees US urging regime change in Russia

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Kremlin leaders are convinced America is intent on regime change in Russia, a fear that is feeding rising tension and military competition between the former Cold War foes, the Pentagon’s intelligence arm has assessed. “The Kremlin is convinced the United States is laying the groundwork for regime change in Russia, a...

    Who Are These Russian Bankers?
    Jun28

    Who Are These Russian Bankers?

    In the middle of December, President Donald Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner met the CEO of Russian Vnesheconombank (VEB), Sergei Gorkov, in New York. He had kept this meeting secret, but in March the New York Times revealed that it had in fact happened. Some of the speculation in the media focuses on the possibility that Kushner met with...

    MH17 team hopes emotional videos will bring new leads
    Jun28

    MH17 team hopes emotional videos will bring new leads

    Investigators into the MH17 disaster hope emotional video testimony from victims’ relatives can spur a response for new information in Ukraine, where the jet was downed. AFP Photo THE HAGUE: International investigators and relatives of victims of flight MH17, shot down over eastern Ukraine almost three years ago, renewed efforts Wednesday...

    Ransomware becomes go-to hack as bitcoin rallies, NSA tools leak
    Jun28

    Ransomware becomes go-to hack as bitcoin rallies, NSA tools leak

    A recent outbreak of ransomware attacks, from the WannaCry worm in May to Tuesday’s infection of thousands of computer systems around the globe, shows that digital stickups are becoming the go-to hack for cybercriminals, fuelled by powerful leaked US government exploits and the rise of bitcoin and other anonymous digital...

    Ukrainian SBU Colonel Killed By Blast In Donetsk Region
    Jun28

    Ukrainian SBU Colonel Killed By Blast In Donetsk Region

    Ukraine says a security service (SBU) colonel was killed and three others injured when a car exploded in the Donetsk region on June 28. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    A look at some of the firms, agencies hit by the cyberattack
    Jun28

    A look at some of the firms, agencies hit by the cyberattack

    LONDON (AP) ” As a new cyberattack hits companies and government agencies around the world, here is a look at some of those that have confirmed they are affected.___Rosneft: Russia’s largest oil company, partly state-ownedUkraine:… …read more Source: The New Zealand...

    Germany’s Gabriel urges lasting ceasefire in eastern Ukraine
    Jun28

    Germany’s Gabriel urges lasting ceasefire in eastern Ukraine

    KRASNODAR, Russia – German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel on Wednesday called for Ukraine and Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine to extend a harvest-related ceasefire, saying it could help pave the way for a political solution. … …read more Source:...

    NATO Announces Increase in 2017 Spending While U.S. Affirms Commitment to Allies
    Jun28

    NATO Announces Increase in 2017 Spending While U.S. Affirms Commitment to Allies

    NATO allies are planning to boost their defense spending by 4.3 percent this year. This would be a $12 billion increase over 2016 levels and will escalate military spending by non-U. S. NATO members to $277 billion, the Washington Post reported Wednesday. The announcement came in the wake of President Donald Trump’s vocal criticism that...