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    There’s now malicious software that can cause power outages
    Jun12

    There’s now malicious software that can cause power outages

    Two cyber security companies said they have uncovered a sophisticated piece of malicious software capable of causing power outages by ordering industrial computers to shut down electricity transmission. Analysis of the malware, known as Crash Override or Industroyer, indicates it was likely used in a December 2016 cyber attack that cut power in...

    Belarusian MAZ wins tender to sell 100 buses to Kiev
    Jun12

    Belarusian MAZ wins tender to sell 100 buses to Kiev

    According to the source, the auction to sell buses to Kiev took place on 9 June. The first lot was 70 MAZ-203 buses and the second lot was 30 MAZ-215 buses. The auction was called by the Kiev mass transit systems operator Kievpasstrans. …read more Source:...

    Ukrainian President Signs Bill Banning St. George’s Ribbon
    Jun12

    Ukrainian President Signs Bill Banning St. George’s Ribbon

    KIEV (Sputnik) — Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko signed into force the bill banning the use of St. George’s ribbons in Ukraine on Monday. “Signed the law banning St. George ribbons. Since it is not a symbol of the World War II, it is a symbol of aggression against Ukraine in 2014-2017,” Poroshenko said on Twitter. The bill was...

    Ukraine Bans Russian St. George Ribbon
    Jun12

    Ukraine Bans Russian St. George Ribbon

    Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko has signed a law banning the St. George ribbon, which is seen by many Ukrainians as symbol of Russian aggression. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Belarusian humanitarian aid handed to Red Cross mission in Ukraine
    Jun12

    Belarusian humanitarian aid handed to Red Cross mission in Ukraine

    The Red Cross representatives will secure the delivery of the cargo to the destination point. …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says seven soldiers killed in clashes in rebel east
    Jun12

    Ukraine says seven soldiers killed in clashes in rebel east

    KIEV: Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in just three days in renewed fighting with pro-Russian rebels in the east of the country, the military said Monday. Four soldiers were killed on Saturday, two Sunday and one on Monday, bringing the death toll to 14 since the beginning of June. “The escalation began two to three weeks ago, the...

    Ukraine parties to celebrate visa-free access to EU
    Jun12

    Ukraine parties to celebrate visa-free access to EU

    Ukrainians ended their decade-long wait for free visa access to the EU on Sunday, with parties and ceremonies. Today Ukrainian authorities say …read more Source:...

    Ukraine says seven soldiers killed in clashes in rebel east (AFP)
    Jun12

    Ukraine says seven soldiers killed in clashes in rebel east (AFP)

    Kiev (AFP) – Seven Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in just three days in renewed fighting with pro-Russian rebels in the east of the country, the military said Monday. …read more Source: The West...

    The politics of theft in Kyiv
    Jun12

    The politics of theft in Kyiv

    The owners of a fitness club in Kyiv lost control of their firm when another one, with political connections, walked in and took over. It is one of many examples of corruption that is undoing Kyiv’s move westward.The trouble started at the end of 2016, when the Ryabchenko family – which owns the Sofiyskiy Fitness Center – was told by a...

    The Morning Vertical, June 12, 2017
    Jun12

    The Morning Vertical, June 12, 2017

    Your daily roundup …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...