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Section: World Press about Ukraine

    Cyber firms warn of malware that could cause power outages
    Jun13

    Cyber firms warn of malware that could cause power outages

    Reuters: Two cyber security firms have uncovered a malicious software that they say caused the December 2016 Ukraine power outage; the malware can be easily modified to harm critical infrastructure operations elsewhere, they warn …read more Source: The Times of...

    Danish Neigbourhood Programme 2017-21 prioritises Georgia
    Jun13

    Danish Neigbourhood Programme 2017-21 prioritises Georgia

    Georgia and Ukraine have been selected as priority countries to receive Danish support for the next four years The Danish Foreign Ministry presented the Danish Neigbourhood Programme 2017 21 in Copenhagen yesterday …read more Source:...

    Denmark best place in Europe to do business
    Jun13

    Denmark best place in Europe to do business

    Denmark is the most favourable place to do business in Europe, according to a EuCham survey of 45 of the continent’s countries. READ ALSO: Denmark remains top in Europe for business climate The European Chamber is an independent NGO representing the interests of national and international companies doing business in Europe. Having clean...

    Why Did Jeff Sessions Really Meet With Sergey Kislyak?
    Jun13

    Why Did Jeff Sessions Really Meet With Sergey Kislyak?

    It can be hard to get a straight answer out of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.When Senator Al Franken asked then-Senator Sessions at his Senate confirmation hearing on January 10 whether he “communicated with the Russian government,” he said, “I’m not aware of any of those activities.” Unprompted, Sessions then went further, saying, “I have...

    UN Says Ukraine Conflict Escalating Amid Cease Fire-Violations
    Jun13

    UN Says Ukraine Conflict Escalating Amid Cease Fire-Violations

    A United Nations report says hostilities have been escalating in eastern Ukraine in recent months because parties to the armed conflict there have “repeatedly failed to implement cease-fire agreements.” …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Lauded to loathed: Who’s afraid of George Soros?
    Jun13

    Lauded to loathed: Who’s afraid of George Soros?

    VIENNA: From his New York home, US financier-cum-philanthropist George Soros has manufactured Europe’s migration crisis, backed a coup in Macedonia and sponsored protests in Hungary. At least that’s what his detractors say, and there are many. From the Kremlin via Skopje to the power corridors of Washington, the Hungarian-born Jewish...

    Ukraine’s Embassy In Kazakhstan Irked By Maps Showing Crimea As Russia
    Jun13

    Ukraine’s Embassy In Kazakhstan Irked By Maps Showing Crimea As Russia

    Ukraine’s Kazakh Embassy has lodged a protest over maps near an international energy exposition in Astana that show Ukraine’s occupied Crimean Peninsula as part of Russia. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    The Senate Has Agreed to Impose New Sanctions on Russia, While Curbing the White House’s Power to Ease Them
    Jun13

    The Senate Has Agreed to Impose New Sanctions on Russia, While Curbing the White House’s Power to Ease Them

    (WASHINGTON) — Senate Republicans and Democrats reached agreement late Monday on a new package of sanctions on Russia amid the firestorm over Russia’s meddling in the presidential election and investigations into Moscow’s possible collusion with members of President Donald Trump’s campaign. Top lawmakers on two committees —...

    Russian Investigators Open Case Against Ukraine Lawmaker on Consulate Attack
    Jun13

    Russian Investigators Open Case Against Ukraine Lawmaker on Consulate Attack

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Committee spokeswoman Svetlana Petrenko said “the investigation received sufficient evidence that on March 9, 2016, Parasyuk also enlisted people gathered near the Consulate General to commit an attack on the Russian diplomatic mission.” “In this connection, a criminal case has been instituted against Parasyuk on the grounds of...

    U.S. senators reach deal on Russia sanctions
    Jun13

    U.S. senators reach deal on Russia sanctions

    U.S. senators reached an agreement on Monday on legislation imposing new sanctions on Russia, including a provision that would prevent the White House from easing, suspending or ending sanctions without congressional approval. The agreement, to be filed as an amendment to an Iran sanctions bill, is intended to punish Russia over issues including...