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    U.S. considering appointing envoy to Ukraine peace agreement: official
    Jul05

    U.S. considering appointing envoy to Ukraine peace agreement: official

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – All parties to the Minsk agreement to end fighting in Ukraine want to cooperate with the United States, and Washington is considering appointing an envoy to the negotiations, a senior U.S. State Department official said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Politics: Former US ambassador to Russia lays out what Trump needs to discuss with Putin in their blockbuster meeting
    Jul05

    Politics: Former US ambassador to Russia lays out what Trump needs to discuss with Putin in their blockbuster meeting

    A former US ambassador to Russia laid out what Trump needs to discuss with Putin when the two meet later this week on the sidelines of the G-20 summit. A former US ambassador to Russia laid out what President Donald Trump needs to discuss with Russian President Vladimir Putin when the two meet later this week on the sidelines of the G-20 summit...

    Servers of hacked Ukraine software firm not updated since 2013 – presidential official
    Jul05

    Servers of hacked Ukraine software firm not updated since 2013 – presidential official

    KIEV (Reuters) – The servers of the Ukrainian software firm used as part of last week’s global cyber attack were not updated since February 2013, Dmytro Shymkiv, the Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration of Ukraine, told Reuters on Wednesday. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine scrambles to contain new cyber threat after 'NotPetya' attack
    Jul05

    Ukraine scrambles to contain new cyber threat after 'NotPetya' attack

    KIEV (Reuters) – The Ukrainian software firm used to launch last week’s global cyber attack warned on Wednesday that all computers sharing a network with its infected accounting software had been compromised by hackers. …read more Source: The...

    As cyberattack hit, Ukrainians turned to Facebook, Google
    Jul05

    As cyberattack hit, Ukrainians turned to Facebook, Google

    BORYSPIL, Ukraine — When departure information disappeared from Kiev airport’s website after last week’s cyberattack, employees trained a camera on the departure board and broadcast it to YouTube. When government servers were switched off, officials posted updates to Facebook. And with the disruption continuing, office workers have...

    Ukraine scrambles to contain new cyber threat after ‘NotPetya’ attack | Reuters
    Jul05

    Ukraine scrambles to contain new cyber threat after ‘NotPetya’ attack | Reuters

    The post Ukraine scrambles to contain new cyber threat after ‘NotPetya’ attack | Reuters appeared first on Firstpost. …read more Source:...

    CPJ To Release Report On Ukrainian Probe Into Sheremet’s Death
    Jul05

    CPJ To Release Report On Ukrainian Probe Into Sheremet’s Death

    The Committee to Protect Journalists says it will release next week a report on the Ukrainian investigation into last year’s death of Pavel Sheremet, a Belarusian-born Russian journalist. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Tillerson to Visit Ukraine
    Jul05

    Tillerson to Visit Ukraine

    U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will make his first official visit to Ukraine next week after accompanying President Donald Trump at the G-20 summit, the State Department said in a statement Wednesday. Tillerson will meet with Ukraine President Petro Poroshenko and “young reformers” from both the government and civil society on...

    White House preparing for Putin meeting by giving Trump ‘tweet-length sentences’ to remember
    Jul05

    White House preparing for Putin meeting by giving Trump ‘tweet-length sentences’ to remember

    On Friday, Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin will conduct their first face-to-face meeting. Around the world, the expectations appear to be that we are all boned. “I worry a little about this meeting because Putin is going to walk into the room very well prepared, and I’m not certain Trump will come into that room prepared,”...

    Trump Administration Has Not ‘Ruled Out’ Providing Lethal Aid to Ukraine
    Jul05

    Trump Administration Has Not ‘Ruled Out’ Providing Lethal Aid to Ukraine

    The Trump administration is not ruling out providing Ukraine with defensive weapons in its fight against Russian-backed separatists, a State Department official told THE WEEKLY STANDARD, though the administration is focused on a diplomatic solution to the conflict. The Kremlin has provided the separatists with military support in the face of the...