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    23-year-old Ukrainian man posed as American high school honours student
    Feb25

    23-year-old Ukrainian man posed as American high school honours student

    Police say a high school honours student just months from graduation is a 23-year-old Ukrainian national using a false identity after his visa expired. …read more Source: Global...

    Ukraine Deports Russian Journalist For ‘Damage To Ukraine’s Interests’
    Feb25

    Ukraine Deports Russian Journalist For ‘Damage To Ukraine’s Interests’

    The Ukrainian Security Service (SBU) has announced the deportation of a Russian journalist for “committing acts that harm the interests of Ukraine.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Pulled anti-IS fighter jets heading to Romania
    Feb25

    Pulled anti-IS fighter jets heading to Romania

    Four of Canada’s six fighter jets recently pulled from the bombing mission against ISIS are heading to Romania as part of a new mission to train that country’s airforce. In a press release Thursday, the Department of National Defence announced the jets will head from Kuwait, where they were based during the bombing mission, to Romania...

    The Many Weaknesses of the Rubio Campaign
    Feb25

    The Many Weaknesses of the Rubio Campaign

    Noah Millman sums up the weaknesses of the Rubio campaign in response to a recent Douthat column: But Rubio hasn’t been Kutuzov, retreating into Russia and waiting for winter, because he never held Russia. Lots of people bought into the idea that he was the “stealth” front-runner, but he was never anywhere near to having a commanding...

    Ukrainian Court Equates Social Network Profile With Mainstream Media
    Feb25

    Ukrainian Court Equates Social Network Profile With Mainstream Media

    Can social media accounts be considered mass media? Images mixed by Tetyana Lokot. In an unprecedented move, a Ukrainian court has equated a social media profile page with mass media outlets and sanctioned its owner for public calls to overthrow authorities. On February 2, 2016, a municipal court in Sumy, north-eastern Ukraine, found a local...

    “Gas Tariff will Decrease by 15-20% for Armenia”: Konstantin Simonov
    Feb25

    “Gas Tariff will Decrease by 15-20% for Armenia”: Konstantin Simonov

    Konstantin Simonov, Head of National Energy Security Fund, jokingly expressed the view that Armenia may gain from occurrences in Russia, taking into consideration Russia’s economic condition. In his words, speaking of Eurasian Economic Union (EEU), it’s worth saying what it’ll give: “The idea is quite simple, it’s an...

    US spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya, Ukraine
    Feb25

    US spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya, Ukraine

    U.S. spy agencies expect continuing upheaval in Libya and Ukraine, top intelligence officials told Congress on Thursday. …read more Source: Channel...

    Russia’s S7 Airlines Mulls Acquiring Stake in Bulgarian Air Carrier
    Feb25

    Russia’s S7 Airlines Mulls Acquiring Stake in Bulgarian Air Carrier

    Russian company S7 Airlines is considering a possible entry into the shareholding structure of an unnamed Bulgarian air carrier to conduct flights from Moscow to Europe via Ukraine, TASS reported on Thursday. There are several Bulgarian airlines operating in the market which could be sold, the Russian news agency quoted S7 Airlines co-owner...

    US spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya, Ukraine
    Feb25

    US spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya, Ukraine

    U.S. spy agencies expect continuing upheaval in Libya and Ukraine, top intelligence officials told Congress Thursday …read more Source: The Daily...

    U.S. spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya, Ukraine
    Feb25

    U.S. spy chiefs expect continuing problems in Libya, Ukraine

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. spy agencies expect continuing upheaval in Libya and Ukraine, top intelligence officials told Congress on Thursday. …read more Source: The...