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    Ukraine faces Eurovision fine
    Jun29

    Ukraine faces Eurovision fine

    Ukraine’s state TV company should be fined for damaging the “brand reputation” of the Eurovision Song Contest, according to the organizers. “The contest’s steering committee … has recommended that UA:PBC [the Ukrainian state broadcaster] should receive a substantial fine in line with the rules of the competition,” said a statement by...

    The Morning Vertical, June 29, 2017
    Jun29

    The Morning Vertical, June 29, 2017

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

    NATO Defense Ministers Meet To Discuss Raising Spending, Afghanistan
    Jun29

    NATO Defense Ministers Meet To Discuss Raising Spending, Afghanistan

    Defense ministers from NATO’s 29 member states are meeting in Brussels on June 29 to discuss raising defense spending further and sending more troops to Afghanistan to help the government battle a resurgent Taliban. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Annual Armenian PR Award to be held with Beeline support
    Jun29

    Annual Armenian PR Award to be held with Beeline support

    ArmInfo.Armenian PR Association scientific- informational NGO will hold the second Armenian PR Award ceremony on July 18 with support from Beeline. The award objective is to develop and increase competent communication culture among public reactions experts, mass media, and various groups of society in Armenia, as well as to facilitate PR...

    Merkel takes aim at Trump ahead of stormy G20
    Jun29

    Merkel takes aim at Trump ahead of stormy G20

    Ahead of next month’s G20 summit, German Chancellor Angela Merkel is seeking to agree a battle plan with EU allies amid continental divisions on immigration and how to deal with the Trump presidency © AFP / John MACDOUGALLBerlin, Germany, Jun 29 – German Chancellor Angela Merkel appeared headed for a collision course with US President...

    Russia says new British carrier ‘convenient target’
    Jun29

    Russia says new British carrier ‘convenient target’

    MOSCOW: Russia on Thursday mocked Britain’s brand new HMS Elizabeth II aircraft carrier, saying it was above all a “convenient target” for Moscow’s forces. The Russian defense ministry described as “arrogant” comments by British defense minister Michael Fallon, who labelled Russia’s only aircraft carrier the Admiral Kuznetsov as...

    Cyberattack: Shipping giant’s terminals slowly recovering
    Jun29

    Cyberattack: Shipping giant’s terminals slowly recovering

    COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, one of the global companies hardest hit by a malicious software that froze computers around the globe, said Thursday that most of its terminals are now operational, though some remain crippled. The shipping company is one of a number of major corporations and government agencies...

    CSR report: Russia needs to remain only between Armenia and  Azerbaijan
    Jun29

    CSR report: Russia needs to remain only between Armenia and  Azerbaijan

    ArmInfo.In the frozen Karabakh conflict, Russia needs to remain only an intermediary between Armenia and Azerbaijan. This is noted in a report published on June 29, headed by former Finance Minister Alexei Kudrin, head of the Center for Strategic Research, dedicated to Russia’s foreign policy and positioning in the world for 2017-2024....

    Ukraine faces large fine after Russia Eurovision row – EBU
    Jun29

    Ukraine faces large fine after Russia Eurovision row – EBU

    GENEVA (Reuters) – The European Broadcasting Union said on Thursday that Ukraine faced a large fine due to severe delays in the organisation of May’s Eurovision song contest in Kiev and a lack of cooperation with the EBU over the participation of a Russian artist. …read more Source: The...

    Ukraine cyberattack was meant to paralyse, not profit, evidence shows
    Jun29

    Ukraine cyberattack was meant to paralyse, not profit, evidence shows

    June 29, 2017 4:01 PMKIEV (NYTIMES) – The day started like most for Roman N. Klimenko, an accountant in Kiev who had just settled in at his desk, typing at a computer keyboard and drinking coffee. He was unaware that concealed within his tax preparation software lurked a cyberbomb. …read more Source: The Straits...