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    US, UK cybersecurity officials: Destructive hacks are coming
    Oct20

    US, UK cybersecurity officials: Destructive hacks are coming

    LONDON (AP) — The world should brace itself for more physically destructive hacks, two senior cybersecurity officials said Wednesday, warning that a more dangerous era of hacking was already upon us. Paul Chichester, the director of operations at Britain’s new National Cyber Security Center, told an event hosted by British defense think...

    The Latest: Ukraine says agreement reached on police mission
    Oct20

    The Latest: Ukraine says agreement reached on police mission

    MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine’s president says an agreement has been reached at a summit with the leaders of Russia, France and Germany on deploying an… …read more Source:...

    Russian Warships to Bolster Aleppo Assault, NATO Diplomat Says
    Oct20

    Russian Warships to Bolster Aleppo Assault, NATO Diplomat Says

    Russian warships off the coast of Norway are carrying fighter bombers that are likely to reinforce a final assault on the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo in two weeks, a senior NATO diplomat said Wednesday, citing Western intelligence. The fleet passed by Bergen, Norway, on Wednesday, the diplomat said, while Russian media have said it will move...

    Germany, France press for progress on Ukraine peace process
    Oct20

    Germany, France press for progress on Ukraine peace process

    BERLIN — The leaders of Russia, Ukraine and France gathered in Berlin on Wednesday for four-way talks hosted by German Chancellor Angela Merkel designed to revive the stalled peace process in eastern Ukraine. The 2015 Minsk agreement brokered by France and Germany has helped end large-scale battles between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russia...

    Republican Congressmen Say Russia Further Violated Nuke Treaty
    Oct19

    Republican Congressmen Say Russia Further Violated Nuke Treaty

    Two leading Republican lawmakers say that Russian violations of a key nuclear treaty have worsened, causing them to worry about risks to U.S. forces and allies from intermediate-range cruise missiles. Reps. Mac Thornberry (R., Texas) and Devin Nunes (R., Calif.), who chair the House armed services and intelligence committees, sent a letter to...

    Finland Faces Kremlin Media Assault
    Oct19

    Finland Faces Kremlin Media Assault

    Russian information warfare is old news to Ukraine and the Baltics, but increasingly it is being deployed against Finland as well. Reuters reports on the view from Helsinki, where Finnish authorities have noted an uptick in Russian propaganda: Sitting in his office in the government palace – built for Russia’s Grand Duchy of Finland –...

    Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia: Foreign minister
    Oct19

    Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia: Foreign minister

    Serbia’s foreign minister has complained that the Balkan country faces EU pressure to join Western-backed sanctions against Russia, describing it as “absolutely unacceptable.” …read more Source: CTV...

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia
    Oct19

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia

    Serbia’s foreign minister has complained that the Balkan country faces EU pressure to join Western-backed sanctions against Russia, describing it as “absolutely unacceptable.” Ivica Dacic said in a statement on Wednesday that “Serbia wants to enter the EU but will not do anything that is against its own national...

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia
    Oct19

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia

    Serbia’s foreign minister has complained that the Balkan country faces EU pressure to join Western-backed sanctions against Russia, describing it as “absolutely unacceptable.” Ivica Dacic said in a statement on … Click to Continue » …read more Source: The Bellingham...

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia
    Oct19

    FM says Serbia faces pressure to join sanctions on Russia

    BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Serbia’s foreign minister has complained that the Balkan country faces EU pressure to join Western-backed sanctions against Russia, describing it as “absolutely unacceptable.” Ivica Dacic said in a statement on Wednesday that “Serbia wants to enter the EU but will not do anything that is against its own national...