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    Beeline subscribers can access 4G roaming in 28 countries 
    Jun09

    Beeline subscribers can access 4G roaming in 28 countries 

    ArmInfo.Beeline announces its cooperation with more roaming partners. Beeline started cooperating with 15 more countries, which provide LTE/4G mobile network coverage, in particular, Germany, Greece, UAE, France, Japan etc.,the company’s press service message reads. “The 4th generation new technologies allow subscribers to use new and...

    Congress Is Gearing up for More Russia Sanctions
    Jun09

    Congress Is Gearing up for More Russia Sanctions

    Jacob Heilbrunn, Dimitri Alexander Simes Politics, Editor’s Note: In our latest Facebook Live interview (please like our Facebook page to see more of these events) Jacob Heilbrunn, editor of the National Interest, sat down with Dimitri Alexander Simes, a reporter-intern at the National Interest, to discuss the Trump administration, the GOP...

    Belarus’ Mozyr to host economic forum on 14 June
    Jun09

    Belarus’ Mozyr to host economic forum on 14 June

    Azerbaijan, Hungary, Slovakia, Moldova, and some other countries have confirmed their participation. The organizers also expect to host a large group of Russian business representatives along with an official delegation of Ukraine’s Zhytomir Oblast and businessmen from different Belarusian regions. …read more Source:...

    Lithuania president congratulates Ukraine on visa-free travel
    Jun09

    Lithuania president congratulates Ukraine on visa-free travel

    Lithuanian President Dalia Grybauskaite on Friday congratulated Ukrainians on the start of visa-free travel to the European Union and urged them to continue reforms in order to join the EU and NATO, reports LETA/BNS. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    Glavin: Canada’s oldest and best friends are barely functioning
    Jun09

    Glavin: Canada’s oldest and best friends are barely functioning

    The political chaos that has paralyzed the United Kingdom with the crippling of Theresa May’s Conservative government at the polls Thursday is an instructive illustration of the disruptive anxiety and exhaustion sweeping the West that Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland warned about in her address to the House of Commons this week. A...

    Cardinal Lubomyr Husar laid to rest in crypt of Patriarchal Cathedral in Kyiv
    Jun09

    Cardinal Lubomyr Husar laid to rest in crypt of Patriarchal Cathedral in Kyiv

    PARSIPPANY, N.J. – Funeral services for Cardinal Lubomyr Husar, the former primate of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church (UGCC) who died on May 31, were held in Lviv and Kyiv from June 1 through June 5. The divine liturgy and the burial rite for Cardinal Husar took place at the Patriarchal Cathedral of the Resurrection of […] …read more...

    Pope Francis pays final respects to Cardinal Lubomyr Husar
    Jun09

    Pope Francis pays final respects to Cardinal Lubomyr Husar

    Vatican CITY – In a heartfelt personal letter, Pope Francis has expressed his desire to “be among those praying to the heavenly Father” for the “chosen soul of our Brother” Cardinal Lubomyr Husar. The holy father noted the “extraordinary influx of people” paying their respects to the former head of the Ukrainian Greek-Catholic Church. This, […]...

    Russia’s denial of Ukrainian identity at heart of library closure in Moscow
    Jun09

    Russia’s denial of Ukrainian identity at heart of library closure in Moscow

    KYIV – Russia’s timeworn orchestrated efforts to denigrate Ukrainian identity and culture were on full display this week when a judge convicted the head of the country’s only state-run Ukrainian literature library located in Moscow for “extremism.” A municipal court on June 5 in the capital gave Natalia Sharina, a native Muscovite and...

    Controversies over proposed Crimean Tatar autonomy in Ukraine
    Jun09

    Controversies over proposed Crimean Tatar autonomy in Ukraine

    While Ukraine continues to battle joint Russian-separatist forces in the Donbas, it is simultaneously facing a great dilemma over the Crimean Tatar question and the future status of the Crimean peninsula, both of which represent serious long-term challenges. The post-Viktor Yanukovych government in Kyiv wanted to change the previous “unjust”...

    Russian electronic warfare in Ukraine: Between the real and the imaginable
    Jun09

    Russian electronic warfare in Ukraine: Between the real and the imaginable

    The outbreak of war in the Donbas region (April 2014) turned Ukraine into one of the main targets of Russian information warfare, information-psychological operations, as well as cyberattacks and electronic warfare. Within the past three years, Ukraine has been subjected to no less than 7,000 cyberattacks. Ukrainian cyber expert Sergey Radkevych...