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    Putin, Trump to meet in Germany amid a sea of disputes
    Jul06

    Putin, Trump to meet in Germany amid a sea of disputes

    MOSCOW (AP) — For Russian President Vladimir Putin, a meeting with U.S. counterpart Donald Trump on the sidelines of the Group of 20 summit in Germany offers a long-sought opportunity to negotiate a rapprochement with Washington. But controversy over the Trump campaign’s ties with Russia will loom over the talks, making any agreements...

    What’s worse: If Trump and Putin get along, or if they don’t?
    Jul06

    What’s worse: If Trump and Putin get along, or if they don’t?

    It seems unlikely, given the American uproar about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, and signs in the Russian media that Vladimir Putin is souring on Donald Trump, that the two presidents will make any major agreements when they meet Friday on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Hamburg. What is most likely to emerge is a...

    Putin attacks sanctions, protectionism on eve of G20
    Jul06

    Putin attacks sanctions, protectionism on eve of G20

    Russian President Vladimir Putin has hit out against the Western sanctions imposed after his country’s annexation of Crimea, calling them “short-sighted” ahead of a G20 meeting this week/AFP-FileBERLIN, Germany, Jul 6 – Russian President Vladimir Putin attacked sanctions against his country and called for an end to trade protectionism, in...

    Ukraine Official: Worm Likely Hit 1 in 10 State, Company PCs
    Jul06

    Ukraine Official: Worm Likely Hit 1 in 10 State, Company PCs

    A Ukrainian government official estimates that as many as one in 10 personal computers at companies and government offices across the country may have been compromised in the cyberattack that erupted on June 27. …read more Source: U.S....

    Ukraine: Cyberattack likely hit 1 in 10 state, business PCs
    Jul06

    Ukraine: Cyberattack likely hit 1 in 10 state, business PCs

    A Ukrainian government official estimates that as many as one in 10 personal computers at companies and government offices across the country may have been compromised in the cyberattack that … Click to Continue » …read more Source: Miami...

    What’s Worse: If Trump and Putin Get Along, Or If They Don’t?
    Jul06

    What’s Worse: If Trump and Putin Get Along, Or If They Don’t?

    It seems unlikely, given the American uproar about Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, and signs in the Russian media that Vladimir Putin is souring on Donald Trump, that the two presidents will make any major agreements when they meet Friday on the sidelines of the G-20 summit in Hamburg. What is most likely to emerge is a sense of...

    Ousted Ukrainian President Confident ‘Truth About Maidan’ to Be Revealed
    Jul06

    Ousted Ukrainian President Confident ‘Truth About Maidan’ to Be Revealed

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Ousted Ukrainian President Yanukovych said Wednesday that he is sure that the world will eventually find out the truth about the 2013 events, even though the current administration does not want that to happen. “The authorities are doing everything to make sure the truth is not established. In the past years, they did...

    See Nigeria’s Position On World’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries
    Jul06

    See Nigeria’s Position On World’s Top 10 Most Dangerous Countries

    The World Economic Forum (WEF) has ranked Nigeria as the 5th most dangerous country in the World. The terrorists attacks by Boko Haram played a major part in Nigeria’s position on the list. WEF ranked 136 countries in its biennial tourism report with one section focusing on safety and security. [PHOTO] Suspected Fulani Herdsmen Attack...

    Minister proposes extending Astana’s open skies regime
    Jul06

    Minister proposes extending Astana’s open skies regime

    The Astana Times provides news and information from Kazakhstan and around the world. ASTANA – Kazakh Minister for Investments and Development Zhenis Kassymbek has proposed extending the open skies regime to next year to attract more foreign tourists to the capital. “The open skies regime has been launched in Astana for the period of EXPO 2017;...

    Lukashenko is sure: unresolved Karabakh and Trans-Dniester  conflicts  led to a crisis in Ukraine
    Jul06

    Lukashenko is sure: unresolved Karabakh and Trans-Dniester  conflicts  led to a crisis in Ukraine

    ArmInfo. Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko is sure that unsolved Karabakh and Trans-Dniester conflicts led to a crisis in Ukraine. According to the Belarusian head press service, during his speech at the plenary session dedicated to the opening of the 26th annual session of the OSCE PA, Lukashenko noted with regret that on many...