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    Putin inaugurates controversial bridge between Russia, Crimea
    May16

    Putin inaugurates controversial bridge between Russia, Crimea

    Vladimir Putin has inaugurated a controversial new bridge linking mainland Russia and Moscow-annexed Crimea by driving a dump truck across the 12-mile span. Clad in jeans, a casual jacket and black dress shoes, the Russian strongman was seen on state TV on Tuesday behind the wheel of the truck as he drove it across the… …read more...

    Mueller probes Ukrainian oligarch’s $150K donation to Trump
    Apr10

    Mueller probes Ukrainian oligarch’s $150K donation to Trump

    Robert Mueller’s office is reportedly investigating a $150,000 donation that a Ukrainian billionaire made to President Trump’s charity in 2015. The Ukrainian oligarch, Victor Pinchuk, allegedly made the large donation in exchange for a 20-minute “appearance” that Trump made via video to a conference in Kiev, according to the New York...

    Authorities capture cyber crime gang that stole $1.2 billion
    Mar27

    Authorities capture cyber crime gang that stole $1.2 billion

    LISBON, Portugal — Police in Spain have captured a cybercrime gang made up of Ukrainians and Russians that allegedly stole more than $1.24 billion from financial institutions worldwide in a five-year spree, authorities said Monday. The gang’s alleged mastermind, identified as a Ukrainian and named only as “Denis K.,” was arrested in the...

    Trump campaign consultants allegedly caught bragging about crooked tactics
    Mar19

    Trump campaign consultants allegedly caught bragging about crooked tactics

    The data-analysis company that did work for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign bragged about going to crooked lengths — including using Ukrainian sex workers, cash bribes and fake IDs — to secretly swing elections, according to a report Monday. Alexander Nix, the chief executive of Cambridge Analytica, was caught on tape boasting to an...

    Fighter pilot blamed by Russia for downing Malaysian Airlines plane found dead
    Mar19

    Fighter pilot blamed by Russia for downing Malaysian Airlines plane found dead

    A Ukrainian fighter pilot blamed by the Kremlin in the downing of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH17 has committed suicide, according to reports. Capt. Vladyslav Voloshyn, 29, who had claimed to be the victim of a smear campaign by Moscow, shot himself in his Mykolaiv home near the Black Sea, the BBC reported, citing local media…. …read...

    US taking steps to extradite Nazi war crimes suspect to Poland
    Mar16

    US taking steps to extradite Nazi war crimes suspect to Poland

    American authorities have asked three medical experts to determine whether a 99-year-old Minnesota man can travel to Poland to face trial on charges that he was involved in Nazi war crimes during World War II. Ukrainian-born Michael Karkoc, who lives in Minneapolis, was identified by The Associated Press in 2013 as a former commander of…...

    Paul Manafort asks judge to dismiss charges
    Mar15

    Paul Manafort asks judge to dismiss charges

    President Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman asked a federal judge Wednesday to dismiss some of the criminal charges he faces related to his foreign lobbying work on behalf of Ukrainian interests. In a series of motions, attorneys for Paul Manafort attacked the case brought against him in Washington, arguing that special counsel Robert...

    Manafort pleads not guilty at arraignment in Russia probe
    Mar08

    Manafort pleads not guilty at arraignment in Russia probe

    President Trump’s former campaign chairman Paul Manafort pleaded not guilty Thursday to money laundering and tax evasion charges as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation. He is accused of laundering millions of dollars he was paid by Viktor F. Yanukovich, a former Ukrainian president with ties to the Kremlin....

    Russia says US-supplied weapons will escalate war in Ukraine
    Dec23

    Russia says US-supplied weapons will escalate war in Ukraine

    MOSCOW – The U.S. decision to supply weapons to Ukraine is dangerous as it will encourage Kiev to use force in eastern Ukraine, Russian officials said on Saturday. The U.S. State Department said on Friday the United States would provide Ukraine with “enhanced defensive capabilities” as Kiev battles Russian-backed separatists in the eastern part...

    Russia says US-supplied weapons will escalate war in Ukraine
    Dec23

    Russia says US-supplied weapons will escalate war in Ukraine

    MOSCOW – The U.S. decision to supply weapons to Ukraine is dangerous as it will encourage Kiev to use force in eastern Ukraine, Russian officials said on Saturday. The U.S. State Department said on Friday the United States would provide Ukraine with “enhanced defensive capabilities” as Kiev battles Russian-backed separatists in the eastern part...

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