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    Convicted Former Auschwitz Guard Dies in Germany at 95
    Jun01

    Convicted Former Auschwitz Guard Dies in Germany at 95

    Reinhold Hanning, a former SS sergeant whose conviction last year on 170,000 counts of accessory to murder for serving as an Auschwitz guard was hailed as a long-overdue victory for Holocaust victims, has died. He was 95. Hanning died on Tuesday, his attorney Andreas Scharmer told The Associated Press on Thursday without providing further...

    NATO and partners hold land, sea exercises in eastern Europe
    Jun01

    NATO and partners hold land, sea exercises in eastern Europe

    The training includes “tracking down and fighting submarines and sea mines, the use of air defense and landing troops as well as defense against navy vessels,” said Lt. Cmdr. Jacek Kwiatkowski, spokesman for the exercise. Poland, Romania and other countries on NATO’s eastern flank are concerned for their security and defense...

    Verdict In Moscow-Based Ukrainian Library Director’s Hate-Crime Trial Postponed
    Jun01

    Verdict In Moscow-Based Ukrainian Library Director’s Hate-Crime Trial Postponed

    A Moscow court has postponed the verdict in the trial of Natalya Sharina, a librarian who is charged with inciting hatred in a case that is steeped in the confrontation between Moscow and Kyiv and has been denounced by rights activists. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Putin: Russian state has never been involved in hacking
    Jun01

    Putin: Russian state has never been involved in hacking

    St.Petersburg, Jun 1 – President Vladimir Putin insisted Thursday that the Russian state has never engaged in hacking and scoffed at allegations that hackers could influence the outcome of elections in the United States or Europe reports AP/UNB. But the Russian leader admitted the possibility that some individual “patriotic” hackers could have...

    Putin: Russian State Has Never Engaged In Hacking!
    Jun01

    Putin: Russian State Has Never Engaged In Hacking!

    ST.PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — President Vladimir Putin insisted Thursday that the Russian state has never engaged in hacking and scoffed at allegations that hackers could influence the outcome of elections in the United States or Europe. But the Russian leader admitted the possibility that some individual “patriotic” hackers could have mounted...

    Turkey, Ukraine begin passport-free travel
    Jun01

    Turkey, Ukraine begin passport-free travel

    A deal between Turkey and Ukraine allowing their citizens to travel to each other’s country without passports entered into force early June 1, said Andrii Sybiha, Kyiv’s ambassador in Ankara. …read more Source: Hurriyet Daily...

    The epic Trump-Merkel feud, explained
    Jun01

    The epic Trump-Merkel feud, explained

    The president’s trip abroad caused a subtle, unsettling shift in the world order. In the wake of President Trump’s trip to Europe — deemed an unparalleled success by Republicans — there has been a subtle, unsettling shift in the world order. As German Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke at a political rally the day after Trump’s...

    Putin: Russian State has Never been Involved in Hacking
    Jun01

    Putin: Russian State has Never been Involved in Hacking

    President Vladimir Putin insisted Thursday that the Russian state has never engaged in hacking and scoffed at allegations that hackers could influence the outcome of elections in the United States or Europe. But the Russian leader admitted the possibility that some individual “patriotic” hackers could have mounted some attacks amid...

    Austria releases suspect accused of war crimes in Ukraine
    Jun01

    Austria releases suspect accused of war crimes in Ukraine

    VIENNA – An Austrian accused of committing war crimes in eastern Ukraine has been released from custody in his home country after credibly denying the allegations against him, a spokesman for the prosecutors’ office handling the case said on Thursday. … …read more Source:...

    Austria releases suspect accused of war crimes in Ukraine
    Jun01

    Austria releases suspect accused of war crimes in Ukraine

    VIENNA (Reuters) – An Austrian accused of committing war crimes in eastern Ukraine has been released from custody in his home country after credibly denying the allegations against him, a spokesman for the prosecutors’ office handling the case said on Thursday. …read more Source:...