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    The Morning Vertical, April 27, 2017
    Apr27

    The Morning Vertical, April 27, 2017

    Your daily roundup. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Hackers Exploited Known Microsoft Word Flaw for Months Before Company Patched It
    Apr27

    Hackers Exploited Known Microsoft Word Flaw for Months Before Company Patched It

    Hackers used the flaw to help steal millions from online bank accounts and to spy on Russian speakers, likely in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    Trump’s First 100 Days: What Mattered, And What Didn’t
    Apr27

    Trump’s First 100 Days: What Mattered, And What Didn’t

    The indelible takeaway from Donald Trump’s presidential campaign was his unrelenting assault on political norms, the countless things he said and did that serious candidates just weren’t supposed to say or do. It was a reality-show circus of OMG, WTF and sometimes LOL, and it was all supposed to be disqualifying: his birtherism and...

    Russia Steps Up Anti-U.S. Military Propaganda
    Apr27

    Russia Steps Up Anti-U.S. Military Propaganda

    Russia is increasing disinformation operations aimed at undermining government and public support for American military forces in Eastern Europe, according to U.S. officials. The stepped-up disinformation includes creating and circulating recent news stories falsely claiming American soldiers were engaged in sexual misconduct in Poland and were...

    Sanctions Short-Circuit Russia’s Electricity Plans for Annexed Crimea
    Apr27

    Sanctions Short-Circuit Russia’s Electricity Plans for Annexed Crimea

    By Anastasia Lyrchikova and Anton ZverevMOSCOW/SEVASTOPOL, Crimea(Reuters) – Russia’s $1.3 billion plan to build two new power plants in Crimea… …read more Source: U.S....

    Solar Power Farm Sprouts at Chernobyl Nuclear Site
    Apr27

    Solar Power Farm Sprouts at Chernobyl Nuclear Site

    Thirty years ago this week, the world eyes focused on the Ukrainian city of Chernobyl, where the world’s worst nuclear accident was contaminating swaths of what was then the Soviet Union. Now, that nuclear wasteland is being transformed into a solar farm that could generate as much energy as two units of the doomed nuclear plant....

    Ukraine wants armed peacekeepers after war monitor killed
    Apr27

    Ukraine wants armed peacekeepers after war monitor killed

    International monitors are back on patrol in eastern Ukraine, just days after an observer was killed by a suspected landmine. …read more Source: Global...

    McCain Calls for Greater US, EU Engagement in Balkans
    Apr27

    McCain Calls for Greater US, EU Engagement in Balkans

    Increased U.S. and European engagement in the Western Balkans will be critical to countering an increasingly assertive Russian in the region, Republican Arizona Senator John McCain told VOA Wednesday. McCain, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, made the comments shortly after returning from a tour of the region, which included a stop...

    Ukrainian Police Raid On Major Bank Draws Dismay From Hroysman
    Apr27

    Ukrainian Police Raid On Major Bank Draws Dismay From Hroysman

    Ukraine’s state security service raided the Kyiv offices of the country’s largest investment bank looking for illegal software on April 26, drawing a dismayed reaction from Prime Minister Volodymyr Hroysman. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    A Grand Solar Farm Is About to Launch at Chernobyl
    Apr27

    A Grand Solar Farm Is About to Launch at Chernobyl

    It’s hard to think all the way back to the events of April 26, 1986. Nonetheless, it has become a standout moment in a world of nuclear accidents: Chernobyl. In the early days of what would become the world’s worst nuclear accident, 32 people died and dozens of others suffered painful radiation burns. It took Swedish authorities...