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    Deutsche Bank is getting out of Russia
    Sep18

    Deutsche Bank is getting out of Russia

    Deutsche Bank is closing its Russian corporate banking arm in Russia and send its regional chief, Joerg Bongartz, back to Frankfurt. The bank said Bongartz’s move was “long planned,” while the decision to close the corporate banking and securities unit “has been made in order to reduce complexity, costs, risks, and capital...

    Putin, Berlusconi in Ukraine probe for drinking Crimea wine
    Sep18

    Putin, Berlusconi in Ukraine probe for drinking Crimea wine

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukrainian prosecutors are reportedly preparing charges against the director of a winery in Russian-occupied Crimea for uncorking a 240-year-old bottle for Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi. Putin and his old friend Berlusconi spent last weekend in Crimea, touring ancient ruins and visiting...

    Ukraine Probes Putin, Berlusconi Wine Drinking In Crimea
    Sep18

    Ukraine Probes Putin, Berlusconi Wine Drinking In Crimea

    Ukrainian prosecutors are prepared to file charges against the director of a winery in Russian-occupied Crimea for uncorking a 240-year old bottle for Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Ukraine Probes Putin, Berlusconi Wine Drinking in Crimea
    Sep18

    Ukraine Probes Putin, Berlusconi Wine Drinking in Crimea

    Ukrainian prosecutors are prepared to file charges against the director of a winery in Russia-occupied Crimea for uncorking a 240-year old bottle for Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. Putin and his old friend Berlusconi spent last weekend in Crimea, touring ancient ruins and visiting the...

    Ukrainian prosecutors launch probe into Putin, Berlusconi drinking 240-year-old wine in Crimea
    Sep18

    Ukrainian prosecutors launch probe into Putin, Berlusconi drinking 240-year-old wine in Crimea

    Ukrainian prosecutors are prepared to file charges against the director of a winery in Russia-occupied Crimea for uncorking a 240-year old bottle for Russian President Vladimir Putin and former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi. …read more Source: FOX...

    Ukraine Probes Putin, Berlusconi Wine Drinking in Crimea
    Sep18

    Ukraine Probes Putin, Berlusconi Wine Drinking in Crimea

    Ukrainian prosecutors launch probe into Putin, Berlusconi drinking 240-year-old wine in Crimea …read more Source: ABC...

    How Russia Invaded Ukraine
    Sep18

    How Russia Invaded Ukraine

    Russia has deployed as many as 10,000 troops in eastern Ukraine for more than a year and has actively sought to hide the deaths of its soldiers, according to a new report that provides a comprehensive assessment of the Kremlin’s invasion of its neighbor. The report was published Thursday by the Interpreter, a daily online journal that...

    The Guns of August, the Cease-Fire of September
    Sep18

    The Guns of August, the Cease-Fire of September

    Is a back-to-school peace breaking out in eastern Ukraine? …read more Source: Foreign...

    Russian Hacking Network Found Spying On U.S., Europe For Years
    Sep18

    Russian Hacking Network Found Spying On U.S., Europe For Years

    Russia has been cyberspying extensively on the United States and countries throughout Europe and Asia for seven years, Finnish data security firm F-Secure said in a report published September 17. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Russia May Be Eyeing Payoff for Military Buildup in Syria
    Sep18

    Russia May Be Eyeing Payoff for Military Buildup in Syria

    Russia’s unrelenting military buildup in Syria is worrying U.S. defense and intelligence officials who say Russia’s intentions are anything but clear and who remain suspicious of repeated calls by Moscow for direct military-to-military talks. Yet Moscow’s moves are also forcing some U.S. officials to concede that there likely is...