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    Gazprom Doesn’t Think Turnabout Is Fair Play
    Jul26

    Gazprom Doesn’t Think Turnabout Is Fair Play

    If you’re a fan of irony, sit down, kick your feet up, and get ready: you’re in for a treat. Earlier this month, Turkmenistan called Gazprom out for allegedly not paying for any of its gas imports from the former Soviet country in 2015. This raised eyebrows because it’s normally Gazprom calling out one of its captive customers...

    Germany Wants a Strong Greece
    Jul26

    Germany Wants a Strong Greece

    There has been a lot of talk about who has won and who has lost in the recent negotiations on the Greek debt crisis, about who is strong and who is weak in Europe, who is cruel to whom and who has dictated what. This whole discussion, in my mind, misses the point. Europe, especially Germany, wants a strong Greece. The latest negotiations on...

    The Latest: FIFA keeps Russia and Ukraine apart
    Jul25

    The Latest: FIFA keeps Russia and Ukraine apart

    ST. PETERSBURG, Russia (AP) — The latest on Saturday’s 2018 World Cup qualifying draw (times are local):10:20 p.m.FIFA made a political decision… …read more Source:...

    Radwanska, Tsurenko to play for 1st title at Istanbul Cup
    Jul25

    Radwanska, Tsurenko to play for 1st title at Istanbul Cup

    ISTANBUL (AP) — Lesia Tsurenko of Ukraine and Usrzula Radwanska of Poland will play for their first WTA singles title in the Istanbul Cup… …read more Source:...

    Russia sends Ukrainian pilot to western region jail ahead of trial in journalist deaths
    Jul25

    Russia sends Ukrainian pilot to western region jail ahead of trial in journalist deaths

    Russia’s human rights commissioner says the Ukrainian servicewoman charged in the deaths of two Russian journalists is being sent to a detention facility in western Russia as her trial looms closer. …read more Source: FOX...

    U.S. troops to train regular Ukrainian military
    Jul25

    U.S. troops to train regular Ukrainian military

    U.S. troops will begin training regular Ukrainian military forces later this year in an expansion of their current mission, the State Department said Friday. …read more Source: The Washington...

    Savchenko Moved To Detention Center In Rostov Region
    Jul25

    Savchenko Moved To Detention Center In Rostov Region

    Jailed Ukrainian pilot and parliament member Nadia Savchenko has been taken to a detention facility in the city of Shakhty in Rostov region. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    13 completely unglamorous first jobs of tech world superstars
    Jul25

    13 completely unglamorous first jobs of tech world superstars

    Sometimes it can feel like tech giants were always destined to be on top of the world. We have this vision that because many of them seem otherworldly in their IQ levels, they all must have had jobs fixing security systems for Fortune 500 companies when they were 12 years old — or perhaps spent their time hacking those companies. For some startup...

    Russia created a credit rating agency, which is great for Russia because it’ll ignore one key type of risk
    Jul25

    Russia created a credit rating agency, which is great for Russia because it’ll ignore one key type of risk

    Sick of getting downgraded, Russia is launching its own new rating company that will be immune to geopolitical risks. “The Russian market needs a strong credit rating agency with a high level of corporate governance and professional competence, capable of satisfying the interests of the economy [that is] authoritative enough for Russian and...

    Can Putin Afford to Keep East Ukraine?
    Jul25

    Can Putin Afford to Keep East Ukraine?

    The Russian-backed blitz that seemed imminent hasn’t materialized. One reason: confusion about what Moscow and the Rebels really want. …read more Source: The Daily...