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    Former President Yanukovych Accuses Ukrainian Judges of Procedural ‘Crimes’
    Jul06

    Former President Yanukovych Accuses Ukrainian Judges of Procedural ‘Crimes’

    KIEV (Sputnik) — A district court in Kiev is looking into allegations that were made against Yanukovych after his ouster in 2014. The self-exiled politician has denied any wrongdoing and called it a kangaroo court. “I do not recognize this court and consider it to be illegal. Moreover, I regard as criminal actions taken by the judicial panel in...

    US: Tillerson to visit Turkey
    Jul06

    US: Tillerson to visit Turkey

    Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson will soon travel to Turkey to meet senior officials and discuss a range of bilateral and regional issues, the State Department said Wednesday. Senior State Department officials said Tillersion will first visit Ukraine before heading to Turkey on July 9-10 to attend the World Petroleum Congress where he will...

    Triple threat to Merkel’s G20 bump: Putin, Erdoğan, Trump
    Jul06

    Triple threat to Merkel’s G20 bump: Putin, Erdoğan, Trump

    BERLIN — For Angela Merkel, meetings like the G20 summit in Hamburg are usually an opportunity to shine. This one comes with a strong dose of trouble. The longtime German leader is known as the “summit chancellor” — Gipfelkanzlerin — for her ability to turn powwows with world leaders into bumps in the...

    U.S. Considering Naming Envoy To Join Minsk Peace Talks Over Ukraine Conflict
    Jul06

    U.S. Considering Naming Envoy To Join Minsk Peace Talks Over Ukraine Conflict

    Washington is considering heeding calls on all sides to appoint an envoy to the Minsk peace negotiations between Russia, Ukraine, and separatists in the east, a senior U.S. State Department official said on July 5. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Suspects in MH17 plane crash to be tried in Dutch court
    Jul06

    Suspects in MH17 plane crash to be tried in Dutch court

    People suspected of shooting down the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 in July 2014 over Ukraine will be tried by the court in the Netherlands, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko announced on Wednesday. …read more Source: China...

    Ousted Ukrainian President Says Will Not Participate In Kyiv’s Treason Trial
    Jul06

    Ousted Ukrainian President Says Will Not Participate In Kyiv’s Treason Trial

    Ousted Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych announced that he will not participate in a high treason trial against him that is scheduled to resume in Kyiv on July 6. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine says it foiled 2nd cyberattack after police raid
    Jul06

    Ukraine says it foiled 2nd cyberattack after police raid

    Ukraine has dodged a second cyberattack, officials said Wednesday, suggesting that the digital campaign which paralyzed computers across the country and around the world is ongoing. Ukraine is still trying … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Is America past the point of no return?
    Jul06

    Is America past the point of no return?

    A woman holds hats to get them autographed by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump during a rally, Thursday, June 2, 2016, in San Jose, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) (Credit: AP Photo/Jae C. Hong) Have corporate/billionaire control of our republic reached such a point that it’s no longer reversible? Have we passed the tipping...

    Ukrainian Ex-President Says Plans to Recall Lawyers From Treason Case Trial
    Jul06

    Ukrainian Ex-President Says Plans to Recall Lawyers From Treason Case Trial

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych said Wednesday he would call off his defense lawyers for the judicial process with regard to the case on alleged treason and refused to take part in the litigation. “I do not want to participate in an allegedly adversarial [judicial] process with the result which was determined in...

    Armed Ukrainian Police Raid Software Firm Linked to Cyberattack
    Jul06

    Armed Ukrainian Police Raid Software Firm Linked to Cyberattack

    Armed police in Kyiv, saying they acted to prevent another major cyberattack, have raided a software firm that supplies Ukraine’s most widely used tax and accounting programs. Police equipped for combat seized computer servers Tuesday at the main office in Ukraine’s capital of software company M.E.Doc. Employees stood by calmly as...