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    Russia’s Global Anti-Libertarian Crusade
    Jul07

    Russia’s Global Anti-Libertarian Crusade

    One of the surreal twists of the past year in American politics has been the rapid realignment in attitudes toward Russia. Democrats, many of whom believe that Russian interference was key to Donald Trump’s unexpected victory last November, are now the ones sounding the alarm about the Russian threat. Meanwhile, quite a few...

    Trump-Putin in first showdown at fractious G20 summit
    Jul07

    Trump-Putin in first showdown at fractious G20 summit

    The first encounter between property tycoon Donald Trump and former KGB agent Vladimir Putin will be dissected frame by frame © AFP / Kirill KUDRYAVTSEVHamburg, Germany, Jul 7 – US President Donald Trump and Russian leader Vladimir Putin were to meet Friday for the first time in a highly-awaited encounter at a G20 summit marred by divisive...

    Latvian MFA: Ukraine has made considerable progress in reform process
    Jul07

    Latvian MFA: Ukraine has made considerable progress in reform process

    Ukraine has made considerable progress in the reform process but much more needs to be done, Latvian Foreign Minister Edgars Rinkevics (Unity) said at the international conference on reform in Ukraine jointly organized by the governments of the United Kingdom and Ukraine, reports LETA. …read more Source: The Baltic...

    DIA Reveals New Details of Russian Information Warfare
    Jul07

    DIA Reveals New Details of Russian Information Warfare

    Russian military forces are using information warfare tools to confront the United States, according to a new Defense Intelligence Agency report. “Moscow’s long-term goal is building a military prepared to conduct the range of conflicts from local war through regional conflict to a strategic conflict that could result in massive...

    Ukraine organisation aims to drum up G20 support in fight against Russia
    Jul07

    Ukraine organisation aims to drum up G20 support in fight against Russia

    A series of posters featuring portrait photographs of Ukrainians involved in fighting Russian aggression in their country have been displayed around Hamburg for the G20 summit. …read more Source: Polskie...

    As Trump meets Putin, fate of Russian dachas still in limbo
    Jul07

    As Trump meets Putin, fate of Russian dachas still in limbo

    WASHINGTON (AP) – As Donald Trump meets for the first time with Vladimir Putin, resolving a dispute over a pair of Russian diplomatic compounds seized by the United States last year could be a first step in repairing a relationship wracked by Syria’s civil war, Ukraine’s separatist violence and Moscow’s … …read...

    ‘Much to Discuss.’ Trump and Putin Set to Meet for the First Time at G20 Summit
    Jul07

    ‘Much to Discuss.’ Trump and Putin Set to Meet for the First Time at G20 Summit

    (HAMBURG, Germany) — After weeks of build-up, President Donald Trump will hold his first meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, a sit-down that will be shadowed by the investigations into whether Trump’s campaign coordinated with Moscow during last year’s presidential election. The leaders are expected to delve into a series...

    Live Briefing: Hundreds Protest in Hamburg as G-20 Begins
    Jul07

    Live Briefing: Hundreds Protest in Hamburg as G-20 Begins

    Demonstrators tried to block major routes to the convention center, where leaders are expected to discuss global trade, climate change, North Korea, Syria and Ukraine. …read more Source: The New York...

    Italian police arrest Ukrainian man accused of killing photojournalist
    Jul07

    Italian police arrest Ukrainian man accused of killing photojournalist

    New York, July 7, 2017—Italian authorities should fully investigate and prosecute all those responsible for the 2014 death of Italian photojournalist Andrea Rocchelli in Ukraine, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Italian police on June 30 arrested Vitaly Markiv, … …read more Source:...

    Siemens says investigating reports its turbines sent to Crimea
    Jul07

    Siemens says investigating reports its turbines sent to Crimea

    MOSCOW – German firm Siemens said on Friday it had set up a task force to investigate reports that its turbines had been delivered to Crimea for use in Russian-built power plants. A report by Reuters published on July 5 cited three sources with… …read more Source:...