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    Venezuela’s Shield-Bearing Protesters Inspired by Ukraine
    Jun29

    Venezuela’s Shield-Bearing Protesters Inspired by Ukraine

    By Victoria Ramirez and Andreina AponteCARACAS (Reuters) – Drawing inspiration from Ukraine’s 2013-14 revolt, Venezuela’s young protesters are… …read more Source: U.S....

    Five men guilty of murdering Putin critic Nemtsov
    Jun29

    Five men guilty of murdering Putin critic Nemtsov

    A Russian court on Thursday convicted five men of killing opposition leader Boris Nemtsov in 2015. The court found former soldier Zaur Dadayev and four accomplices — all ethnic Chechens — guilty of the murder after eight months of hearings, according to Reuters. Nemtsov, 55, a staunch critic of Vladimir Putin, was...

    Venezuela's shield-bearing protesters inspired by Ukraine
    Jun29

    Venezuela's shield-bearing protesters inspired by Ukraine

    CARACAS (Reuters) – Drawing inspiration from Ukraine’s 2013-14 revolt, Venezuela’s young protesters are donning Viking-like shields in battles with security forces and eagerly watching a film on the Kiev uprising. …read more Source: The...

    Jury finds five guilty of Kremlin foe Nemtsov murder
    Jun29

    Jury finds five guilty of Kremlin foe Nemtsov murder

    MOSCOW: A Russian jury on Thursday found all five defendants guilty of organising and carrying out the contract killing of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov after a trial his allies say failed to unmask the masterminds. Former deputy prime minister Nemtsov, a fierce critic of President Vladimir Putin, was gunned down just yards from the Kremlin as...

    Putin thinks the US is trying to overthrow him
    Jun29

    Putin thinks the US is trying to overthrow him

    That’s what a new DIA report says. Russia believes the US wants regime change in Moscow; helped spark the Arab Spring; and is responsible for the ouster of former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, the wars in Kosovo, Iraq, and Libya, and the revolutions in Georgia, Ukraine, and Kyrgyzstan. Those are the major new findings in a new...

    Ukraine Faces ‘Substantial Fine’ Over Russia Eurovision Row, Organizers Say
    Jun29

    Ukraine Faces ‘Substantial Fine’ Over Russia Eurovision Row, Organizers Say

    Ukraine’s national broadcaster is facing a “substantial fine” after Russia’s contestant in May’s Eurovision Song Contest in Kyiv was barred from entering the country, organizers say. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Goal of latest mass cyberattack possibly not financial, say experts
    Jun29

    Goal of latest mass cyberattack possibly not financial, say experts

    A message demanding money on a computer hacked by a virus known as Petya. The Petya ransomware cyber attack hit computers of Russian and Ukrainian companies on June 27, 2017. (Donat SorokinTASS/Getty Images) PARIS – The dramatic data-scrambling attack that hit computers around the world Tuesday appears to be contained. But with the damage and...

    Ukraine takes over Black Sea economic body’s presidency
    Jun29

    Ukraine takes over Black Sea economic body’s presidency

    Turkey hands over Kiev 6-month chairmanship of Organization of Black Sea Economic Cooperation …read more Source: World...

    5 Found Guilty for Murder of Russian Opposition Leader Nemtsov
    Jun29

    5 Found Guilty for Murder of Russian Opposition Leader Nemtsov

    A Moscow court has convicted five people for the murder of the Russian opposition leader, Boris Nemtsov. Nemtsov was an opponent of the Russian government, and was especially critical of Moscow’s support for Ukrainian separatists. He was shot dead late at night in 2015 as he walked across a bridge near the Kremlin. The official TASS news...

    Cyberattack may not have been meant to get money
    Jun29

    Cyberattack may not have been meant to get money

    PARIS (AP) — The dramatic data-scrambling attack that hit computers around the world Tuesday appears to be contained. But with the damage and disruption still coming into focus, security experts worry the sudden explosion of malicious software may have been more sinister than a criminally minded shakedown of computer users. “There may be a more...