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    Bulgaria has not taken decision to expel Russian diplomats
    Mar26

    Bulgaria has not taken decision to expel Russian diplomats

    The Bulgarian Foreign Ministry has confirmed in an interview to the Bulgarian National Radio that this country has not taken a decision to expel Russian diplomats. BNR has sought information from the ministry at the backdrop of decisions by the United States, Canada, Ukraine, Albania and 14 EU Member States to expel a total of over 100 Russian...

    Russia Closes Consulate in Seattle, Asks for Tips on Which U.S. Diplomats to Expel
    Mar26

    Russia Closes Consulate in Seattle, Asks for Tips on Which U.S. Diplomats to Expel

    The U.S., Germany, France, other EU countries and Ukraine have all announced they are expelling Russian diplomats. …read more Source:...

    U.S. to Expel 60 Russian Intelligence Agents, Close Seattle Consulate
    Mar26

    U.S. to Expel 60 Russian Intelligence Agents, Close Seattle Consulate

    The Trump administration carried out a mass expulsion of Russian intelligence officers from the United States on Monday in retaliation for Moscow’s assassination attempt against a defector in Britain. The 60 officers include 48 embassy and consulate officials and 12 Russians working at the Russian mission to the United Nations, said...

    Suspected mastermind of $1bn bank hacks arrested in Spain
    Mar26

    Suspected mastermind of $1bn bank hacks arrested in Spain

    * Gang altered account balances, controlled cash dispensers * Suspect named as ‘Denis K.’ * Other gang members came from Russia and Ukraine Spanish police have arrested the suspected leader of a gang of cyber criminals who stole up €1bn ($1.2bn) from banks by altering account balances and instructing automatic teller machines to issue...

    Russia vows retaliation after US, Europe’s expulsion of its diplomats
    Mar26

    Russia vows retaliation after US, Europe’s expulsion of its diplomats

    The Russian state flag flies in front of a monument to Soviet state founder Vladimir Lenin in Bakhchysarai, Crimea, September 27, 2017. — ReutersRussia has vowed to retaliate in kind for the decisions by the United States and 14 of its European allies to expel scores of Moscow’s diplomats in the wake of the nerve-agent attack on a former...

    15 EU member states to expel Russian diplomats
    Mar26

    15 EU member states to expel Russian diplomats

    Fifteen EU member states, as well as the US, Canada and Ukraine, are expelling more than 100 Russian diplomats, in response to the poisoning of a former Russian spy in Salisbury in England earlier this month. …read more Source: RTÉ...

    Spain breaks up cybercrime gang after $1.2 billion spree
    Mar26

    Spain breaks up cybercrime gang after $1.2 billion spree

    LISBON, Portugal (AP) — Police in Spain have captured a cybercrime gang made up of Ukrainians and Russians that allegedly stole more than 1 billion euros ($1.24 billion) from financial institutions worldwide in a five-year spree, authorities said Monday. …read more Source: The Bismarck...

    Ukraine honors Turkish aid agency
    Mar26

    Ukraine honors Turkish aid agency

    Turkish Coordination and Cooperation Agency wins award for 2nd year in a row …read more Source: Anadolu...

    US expels 60 Russian ‘spies’ over UK nerve attack
    Mar26

    US expels 60 Russian ‘spies’ over UK nerve attack

    WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has ordered the expulsion of 60 alleged Russian spies from the United States in response to a nerve agent attack on an ex-spy in the English city of Salisbury. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the move, part of globally coordinated retaliation against Moscow, was taken “in response to...

    Spain breaks up cybercrime gang after $1.2 billion spree
    Mar26

    Spain breaks up cybercrime gang after $1.2 billion spree

    Police in Spain have captured a cybercrime gang made up of Ukrainians and Russians that allegedly stole more than 1 billion euros ($1.24 billion) from financial institutions worldwide in a … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...