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    Ukrainian minister: cyberattack cost my department millions
    Jul04

    Ukrainian minister: cyberattack cost my department millions

    Ukraine’s infrastructure minister says that last week’s cyberattack has cost his department millions of dollars, an early hint of the damage dealt by the malicious software across the country’s economy. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Mueller Probe Could Draw Focus To Russian Crime Operations
    Jul04

    Mueller Probe Could Draw Focus To Russian Crime Operations

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government has long warned that Russian organized crime posed a threat to democratic institutions, including “criminally linked oligarchs” who might collude with the Russian government to undermine business competition. Those concerns, ever-present if not necessarily top priorities, are front and center once more. An...

    Ukrainian minister: cyberattack cost my department millions
    Jul04

    Ukrainian minister: cyberattack cost my department millions

    Ukraine’s infrastructure minister says that last week’s cyberattack has cost his department millions of dollars, an early hint of the damage dealt by the malicious software across the country’s economy. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The News...

    No ‘Specific Agenda,’ But Trump, Putin Have Lots to Discuss
    Jul04

    No ‘Specific Agenda,’ But Trump, Putin Have Lots to Discuss

    President Donald Trump’s first face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday will be brimming with global intrigue, but the White House says there’s “no specific agenda.” So in the absence of a set list of topics, what are two of the world’s most famously unpredictable leaders to discuss?...

    In Europe, Trump gets 2nd chance to make 1st impression
    Jul04

    In Europe, Trump gets 2nd chance to make 1st impression

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump will learn this week whether he gets a second chance to make a first impression as he returns to Europe and has his first encounter with Russia’s Vladimir Putin. Trump’s first visit to the continent in May stirred anxieties among European allies when he declined to endorse NATO’s common...

    Trump-Putin meeting scheduled for Friday in Germany, Kremlin says
    Jul04

    Trump-Putin meeting scheduled for Friday in Germany, Kremlin says

    The Russian president’s foreign affairs adviser has said the two would likely discuss the fight against terrorism, the war in Syria and the crisis in Ukraine. …read more Source: Toronto...

    No ‘specific agenda,’ but Trump, Putin have lots to discuss
    Jul04

    No ‘specific agenda,’ but Trump, Putin have lots to discuss

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump’s first face-to-face meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin this week will be brimming with global intrigue, but the White House says there’s “no specific agenda.” So in the absence of a set list of topics, what are two of the world’s most famously unpredictable leaders to...

    European Parliament Backs Trade Preferences For Ukraine
    Jul04

    European Parliament Backs Trade Preferences For Ukraine

    The European Parliament has overwhelmingly backed a decision to grant Ukraine temporary trade preference for some agricultural and industrial products. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    ‘Europeans Can’t Think of Building a Future Without the Americans’
    Jul04

    ‘Europeans Can’t Think of Building a Future Without the Americans’

    President Donald Trump isn’t the leader of the free world, says French Ambassador Gérard Araud. These days, he says, no one is.And as Trump heads to Europe Wednesday for his first G-20 meeting as president and first face-to-face encounter with Russian President Vladimir Putin, the world needs to figure out what to do next.“We have to define...

    Germany Big Target of Cyber Espionage and Attacks: Government Report
    Jul04

    Germany Big Target of Cyber Espionage and Attacks: Government Report

    BERLIN—Germany is a big target of spying and cyber attacks by foreign governments such as Turkey, Russia and China, a government report said on Tuesday, warning of “ticking time bombs” that could sabotage critical infrastructure. Industrial espionage costs German industry billions of euros each year, with small- and medium-sized businesses often...