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    Ukraine official: 1 in 10 PCs likely hit by cyberattack
    Jul06

    Ukraine official: 1 in 10 PCs likely hit by cyberattack

    A Ukrainian government official estimates that as many as one in 10 personal computers at companies and government offices across the country may have been compromised in the cyberattack that … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    Ukraine official: 1 in 10 PCs likely hit by cyberattack
    Jul06

    Ukraine official: 1 in 10 PCs likely hit by cyberattack

    A Ukrainian government official estimates that as many as one in 10 personal computers at companies and government offices across the country may have been compromised in the cyberattack that … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    CPJ to release report on investigation into Pavel Sheremet’s murder
    Jul06

    CPJ to release report on investigation into Pavel Sheremet’s murder

    New York, July 5, 2017—The Committee to Protect Journalists will release its report, “Justice Denied: Ukraine comes up empty in probe of Pavel Sheremet’s murder,” at a press conference in Kiev, Ukraine, on July 12. Nearly a year after prominent … …read more Source:...

    Draft documents on CIS’ adjustment to the present-day realities approved
    Jul06

    Draft documents on CIS’ adjustment to the present-day realities approved

    The meeting, which was held in Minsk on 5 July, was attended by plenipotentiary representatives and experts from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, CIS Executive Committee. Moldova and Ukraine participated in the meeting as observers. …read more Source:...

    Uninterrupted water supply in Ukraine’s conflict zone established
    Jul06

    Uninterrupted water supply in Ukraine’s conflict zone established

    According to the source, the subgroup on economic affairs continued discussing water supply. Thanks to regular payments to settle the debt water is now supplied without interruptions. “Today the sides agreed to create a steady payment mechanism. Truly important progress has been secured,” said Martin Sajdik. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says it foiled second cyberattack following police raid
    Jul06

    Ukraine says it foiled second cyberattack following police raid

    …read more Source: The Indian...

    Rex Tillerson urges Russia to cooperate on Syria ahead of Trump-Putin meeting
    Jul06

    Rex Tillerson urges Russia to cooperate on Syria ahead of Trump-Putin meeting

    U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Wednesday called on Russia to do more to bring peace to Syria and suggested Moscow and Washington could cooperate on establishing no-fly zones in the war-torn Arab country. In the unusual statement, Tillerson also insisted America’s top priority in Syria remains defeating the Islamic State...

    Ukrainian Visa-Free Travel to EU Continues to Produce Large Number of Fakes in Russian Media
    Jul06

    Ukrainian Visa-Free Travel to EU Continues to Produce Large Number of Fakes in Russian Media

    Ukrainian visa-free travel to the European Union continues to produce an inordinately large number of fakes in the Russian media. Russia’s internet newspaper Ukraina.ru has added its voice to the cacophony of fakes in a false story claiming that visa-free travel doesn’t work, as a group of Ukrainians were denied entry to Bulgaria...

    Draft documents on CIS’ adjustment to the present-day realities approved
    Jul06

    Draft documents on CIS’ adjustment to the present-day realities approved

    The meeting, which was held in Minsk on 5 July, was attended by plenipotentiary representatives and experts from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, CIS Executive Committee. Moldova and Ukraine participated in the meeting as observers. …read more Source:...

    Putin attacks sanctions, protectionism on eve of G20
    Jul06

    Putin attacks sanctions, protectionism on eve of G20

    Russian President Vladimir Putin attacked sanctions against his country and called for an end to trade protectionism, in an editorial published in Germany Thursday ahead of the G20 summit. Sanctions against Russia “are not just short-sighted but go against the principles of the G20 for cooperation in the interests of all countries”, Putin wrote...