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    Kremlin says Ukraine’s accusation of cyber attack ‘groundless’
    May17

    Kremlin says Ukraine’s accusation of cyber attack ‘groundless’

    MOSCOW – Ukrainian accusations that Moscow was behind cyber attacks on President Petro Poroshenko’s official website are baseless, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday. “The lack of any details confirms the groundlessness of the… …read more Source:...

    In Brussels Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva  demonstrates continuity in relations with EU and NATO
    May17

    In Brussels Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva demonstrates continuity in relations with EU and NATO

    For years it has been a tradition in Bulgarian political practice for any newly appointed foreign minister to pay their first visit abroad to Brussels. Ekaterina Zaharieva did not stray from this practice and on 15 and 16 May met with the President of the European Council Donald Tusk, with the European Commission’s diplomat No. 1 Federica...

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia

    “We have been witnessing the Russian response to the president’s decree about closing access to Russian social networks,” President Petro Poroshenko’s deputy administration chief Dmytro Shymkiv said …read more Source: Hindustan...

    Kremlin says Ukraine’s accusation of cyber attack ‘groundless’
    May17

    Kremlin says Ukraine’s accusation of cyber attack ‘groundless’

    MOSCOW (Reuters) – Ukrainian accusations that Moscow was behind cyber attacks on President Petro Poroshenko’s official website are baseless, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Wednesday. …read more Source:...

    Secretary General Commends Bulgaria’s Contributions to NATO
    May17

    Secretary General Commends Bulgaria’s Contributions to NATO

    NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg praised Bulgaria’s contributions to NATO in talks with the Deputy Prime Minister for Judicial Reform and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ekaterina Zaharieva, on Tuesday, according to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s website. Welcoming Minister Zaharieva to NATO headquarters for the first...

    Areg Balayan and Maria Fernanda Moreno win Aurora competitions

    On May 16 Aurora Humanitarian Initiative opened the photo exhibition “Capturing Humanity” at Dalan Art Gallery in Yerevan, where a selection of the photos submitted for the Aurora Photo Exhibition are displayed. At the opening of the exhibition the Initiative announced the winners of the Aurora Photo and Short Film Competitions. Areg Balayan from...

    Where Russia Is Seen as a Buffer Against the U.S.
    May17

    Where Russia Is Seen as a Buffer Against the U.S.

    For Americans who worry about Russia’s impact on the United States, recent events have provided plenty of fodder. This week, it was a report claiming that President Trump divulged highly classified intelligence to Russian officials, a disclosure that some say is sure to hurt American interests. Last week, it was the news that Trump had...

    Secretary General Jagland voices concern over blocking social networks, websites in Ukraine
    May17

    Secretary General Jagland voices concern over blocking social networks, websites in Ukraine

    Council of Europe Secretary General has voiced his concern about a decree by Ukrainian President Poroshenko on the blocking of several major online services and social networks on the territory of Ukraine. “Blocking of social networks, search engines, mail services and news web sites goes against our common understanding of freedom of expression...

    Shedding light on French deportees put to work on Hitler’s secret weapon
    May17

    Shedding light on French deportees put to work on Hitler’s secret weapon

    HELFAUT, France: The Resistance’s struggle against Nazi occupation in World War II is well-documented in France but much less is known about thousands of its members forced to work in Nazi Germany on Hitler’s secret weapon: the V2 rockets he hoped would bring Britain to its knees. Now, more than 70 years on, France aims to shed light...

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia
    May17

    Ukraine’s presidential office says website attacked by Russia

    KIEV: The Ukrainian presidential administration said its website had been attacked by Russia in apparent retaliation for Kiev’s decision to block prominent Russian social networks. “We have been witnessing the Russian response to the president’s decree about closing access to Russian social networks,” President Petro...