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    Ukrainian Hackers Leak Personal Data Of Thousands Of Journalists Who Worked In Donbas
    May11

    Ukrainian Hackers Leak Personal Data Of Thousands Of Journalists Who Worked In Donbas

    Ukrainian hackers have leaked the names and contact details of 4,508 journalists and other media representatives who’ve worked over the past year and a half in areas under the control of pro-Russia separatists in eastern Ukraine. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Britain’s Welfare State Pushes People Into Survival Crime
    May11

    Britain’s Welfare State Pushes People Into Survival Crime

    Britain’s welfare state is making people destitute and pushes them toward “survival crime” in order to eat, a major U.K. study has found. Preliminary findings of research into increased restrictions on receiving benefits in the U.K., led by the University of York and reported in The Guardian, show that in some cases children are missing...

    Report: Nearly 41 Million People Internally Displaced Globally
    May11

    Report: Nearly 41 Million People Internally Displaced Globally

    A new report says the number of people throughout the world who were uprooted from their homes due to conflicts and natural disasters stood at a record 40.8 million last year, the highest figure ever recorded. The Norwegian Refugee Council’s Internal Displacement Monitoring Center (IDMC) reported Wednesday that 27.8 million people were...

    Ukraine’s Free Trade Deal Was Just a Start
    May11

    Ukraine’s Free Trade Deal Was Just a Start

    Now the country must do more to attract foreign investment. …read more Source:...

    German FM: Ukraine talks made progress on security issues
    May11

    German FM: Ukraine talks made progress on security issues

    BERLIN (AP) — Talks between Germany, Russia, Ukraine and France produced several agreements aimed at improving security in eastern Ukraine but no deal on holding local elections in the separatist region controlled by Russia-backed rebels, a top German diplomat said Wednesday. Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who hosted the talks at a...

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea
    May11

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea

    MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s president has flipped the switch to open the last of four electricity lines to Crimea aimed at allowing the Russia-annexed peninsula to end its reliance on Ukrainian power. The line from the Russian mainland that Vladimir Putin inaugurated on Wednesday brings Russia’s electricity supply to Crimea to 800...

    Foreign Ministers Seek to Revive Stalled Ukraine Talks
    May11

    Foreign Ministers Seek to Revive Stalled Ukraine Talks

    Russia, Ukraine and France sent their top diplomats to Berlin on Wednesday to discuss how to move ahead with the peace agreement for eastern Ukraine amid a fragile cease-fire and little progress on political issues.German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, who hosted… …read more Source:...

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea
    May11

    Putin inaugurates final power link to Crimea

    Russia’s president has flipped the switch to open the last of four electricity lines to Crimea aimed at allowing the Russia-annexed peninsula to end its reliance on Ukrainian power. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    Putin Inaugurates Final Power Link to Crimea
    May11

    Putin Inaugurates Final Power Link to Crimea

    Russia’s president has flipped the switch to open the last of four electricity lines to Crimea aimed at allowing the Russia-annexed peninsula to end its reliance on Ukrainian power …read more Source: ABC...

    Foreign ministers seek to revive stalled Ukraine talks
    May11

    Foreign ministers seek to revive stalled Ukraine talks

    Russia, Ukraine and France sent their top diplomats to Berlin on Wednesday to discuss how to move ahead with the peace agreement for eastern Ukraine amid a fragile cease-fire and little progress on political issues. … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...