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    Despite skepticism, US confident it can monitor Iran deal
    Aug11

    Despite skepticism, US confident it can monitor Iran deal

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Iran’s intelligence agencies have penetrated CIA front companies, executed Western agents and captured a sophisticated U.S. drone.So why should anyone believe American intelligence officials when they express confidence that they can monitor Iran’s compliance with the just-completed nuclear agreement?The main reason,...

    Ukrainian officials ban 38 Russian ‘hate’ books
    Aug11

    Ukrainian officials ban 38 Russian ‘hate’ books

    Jared M. FeldschreiberKIEV, Ukraine, Aug. 11 (UPI) — Ukrainian customs officials have released a blacklist of 38 Russian books that authorities will not allow to be imported to the Eastern European country. …read more Source: United Press...

    9 charged in hacked Newswire earnings probe
    Aug11

    9 charged in hacked Newswire earnings probe

    Nine people in the U.S. and Ukraine were charged with making $30 million by hacking into business newswire services, reading corporate press releases before they came out, and then trading on that information ahead of the pack on Wall Street. (Aug. …read more Source: USA...

    Ukraine War On The Brink? Faltering Ceasefire And Increased Death Toll May See Return Of Banned Heavy Weapons
    Aug11

    Ukraine War On The Brink? Faltering Ceasefire And Increased Death Toll May See Return Of Banned Heavy Weapons

    On a quiet 15 km stretch of road that meanders through some of Ukraine’s rural farming communities, soldiers assessed Tuesday the damage sustained just a day after one of the biggest attacks on Ukrainian forces since a peace deal was finalized in February. The dead had been removed hours earlier, but the fields beside the road remained...

    9 accused of making $30 million using hacked press releases
    Aug11

    9 accused of making $30 million using hacked press releases

    NEWARK, N.J. – An international web of hackers and traders was charged by U.S. authorities Tuesday with making $100 million by breaking into the computers of business newswire services, reading corporate press releases before they came out, and then trading on that information ahead of the pack on Wall Street. Federal authorities said it was the...

    Investigators examine missile parts in probe of MH17 crash in Ukraine
    Aug11

    Investigators examine missile parts in probe of MH17 crash in Ukraine

    An international team of criminal investigators is inspecting missile parts recovered from the eastern Ukraine site of last year’s crash of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 in hopes of determining who is responsible for downing the plane, killing all 298 people on board. …read more Source: Los Angeles...

    Possible bulk missile parts found at MH17 site
    Aug11

    Possible bulk missile parts found at MH17 site

    Dutch prosecutors said Tuesday that they have found parts that may belong to a Buk missile system among the recovered wreckage of Malaysia Airlines fight 17 that was shot down over eastern Ukraine last year. (August 11) …read more Source: USA...

    9 People Accused In $30 Million Hacking And Insider-Trading Scheme
    Aug11

    9 People Accused In $30 Million Hacking And Insider-Trading Scheme

    Federal authorities say hackers from Ukraine and securities traders in the U.S. teamed up to steal more than 150,000 confidential press releases before they became public information.» E-Mail This …read more Source:...

    Truce Faltering as E. Ukraine Fighting Spikes
    Aug11

    Truce Faltering as E. Ukraine Fighting Spikes

    Intense clashes this week between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russia rebels are jeopardizing a fragile peace agreement and renewing concerns of a possible summer offensive. Ukrainian officials say it is the worst fighting since a cease-fire deal six months ago and may signal the start of a Russia-backed offensive by rebels in eastern Ukraine. A...

    9 accused of making $30 million using hacked press releases
    Aug11

    9 accused of making $30 million using hacked press releases

    Nine people in the U.S. and Ukraine were charged Tuesday with making $30 million by hacking into business newswire services, reading corporate press releases before they came out, and then trading on that information ahead… …read more Source: WAVE 3...