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    Gritty Nishikori downs Stakhovsky in Wimbledon heat (AFP)
    Jul05

    Gritty Nishikori downs Stakhovsky in Wimbledon heat (AFP)

    London (AFP) – Kei Nishikori dug deep to keep his Wimbledon challenge alive as the Japanese star ground out a 6-4, 6-7 (7/9), 6-1, 7-6 (8/6) win over Ukrainian qualifier Sergiy Stakhovsky on Wednesday. …read more Source: The West...

    Ukrainian Police Raid Software Firm Linked To Cyberattack
    Jul05

    Ukrainian Police Raid Software Firm Linked To Cyberattack

    Video released by the Ukrainian National Police shows officers raiding a company in Kyiv thought to be at the center of a global cyberattack. Police on July 4 seized servers belonging to Intellect Service, a developer for tax software firm M.E. Doc, which is linked to an international outbreak of malware last week. A police spokesman said that...

    Trump Looks To Begin European Trip On Positive Note With Warsaw Visit
    Jul05

    Trump Looks To Begin European Trip On Positive Note With Warsaw Visit

    U.S. President Donald Trump will arrive in Poland late on July 5, looking for a political boost ahead of what is likely to be more tense meetings later in the week at the Group of 20 (G20) summit in Hamburg, Germany. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Rick Perry’s Plans for US Energy Dominance
    Jul05

    Rick Perry’s Plans for US Energy Dominance

    America is approaching energy independence, but still needs to remove obstacles, Energy Secretary Rick Perry says. “The previous administration talked about energy independence, but wouldn’t drill and transport. It was all talk,” @SecretaryPerry says. “We are very close to being energy independent,” Perry told The Daily Signal in a brief...

    Ukraine claims it prevented fresh cyberattack
    Jul05

    Ukraine claims it prevented fresh cyberattack

    KIEV: Ukraine claimed Wednesday that it had thwarted a fresh cyberattack that was to be carried out via a programme blamed for spreading a virus that caused disruption across the globe last week. Interior minister Arsen Avakov said that Ukraine’s cyberpolice on Tuesday stopped a second wave of attacks from spreading via the M.E.Doc...

    As cyberattack hit, Ukrainians turned to Facebook, Google
    Jul05

    As cyberattack hit, Ukrainians turned to Facebook, Google

    BORYSPIL, Ukraine (AP) — When departure information disappeared from Kiev airport’s website after last week’s cyberattack, employees trained a camera on the departure board and broadcast it to YouTube. Today, government agencies regularly post official statements to their Facebook walls and press officers eschew emails to chat with...

    Trump walks tightrope in first Putin encounter
    Jul05

    Trump walks tightrope in first Putin encounter

    WASHINGTON, D.C.: It was a constant refrain on the campaign trail for Donald Trump in his quest for the US presidency: “We’re going to have a great relationship with Putin and Russia.” Now, weighed down by claims that Moscow helped put him in the White House, Trump is set to finally meet his Russian counterpart in an encounter fraught with...

    Ukraine Claims Authorities Avoided Second Cyberattack
    Jul05

    Ukraine Claims Authorities Avoided Second Cyberattack

    KIEV, Ukraine (AP) — Ukrainian Interior Minister Arsen Avakov says that authorities have avoided a second cyberattack. The announcement suggests that the effort to wreak electronic havoc across Ukraine is ongoing. Ukraine is still trying to find its feet after scores or even hundreds of businesses and government agencies were hit by an explosion...

    Austrian foreign minister stresses need to implement Minsk Agreements
    Jul05

    Austrian foreign minister stresses need to implement Minsk Agreements

    Conflicts in the OSCE is something we must focus on. I am referring to the conflict in Ukraine. The situation there is very serious, Sebastian Kurz stressed. …read more Source:...

    President Trump looks for friendlier European welcome in Poland
    Jul05

    President Trump looks for friendlier European welcome in Poland

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is headed back to Europe hoping to receive a friendly welcome in Poland despite lingering skepticism across the continent over his commitment to NATO, his past praise of Russian President Vladimir Putin and his decision to pull the U.S. out of a major climate agreement. Trump arrives in Warsaw, Poland, on...