Day: September 8, 2019

Russia and Ukraine Exchange Prisoners

Russia and Ukraine exchanged prisoners yesterday, in token of the willingness by both countries to amend relations, after five years of conflict in the east of Ukraine. 35 Ukrainian prisoners arrived in Kiev to be greeted by friends and family, as well as Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who had campaigned

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Cyber Security Practices Addressed By McAFee’s CEO

According to Forbes, Chris Young, current CEO of McAfee, addressed in an interview with Metis Strategy’s president, Peter High, that McAfee is encountering a couple of issues related to cybersecurity. First, the organization is making a process in trying to keep with the rapid innovation of the modern day’s technology.

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Five EU Countries Offer To Take In Refugees Initially Declared Illegal By Italy

Five EU Countries, specifically Germany, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, and Portugal, have offered refuge for 104 migrants presently being held in Italy following former Italian Minister of the Interior Matteo Salvini’s attempted ban of their presence. Italian authorities swiftly confiscated the Eleonore rescue ship, bearing the 104 immigrants and operated by

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The Unwelcoming Tales Of Unaccompanied Migrant Children In France

France is no exception to receiving the influx of migrants like the rest of Europe. However, recent reports have revealed that French border police authorities have been rejecting unaccompanied migrant children who have dared dangerous mountain trips from Italy to France. Rigorous age evaluations and interviews have been conducted. These

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Warnings Of New Arms Race Go Unheeded

On Thursday, 5th September, Russian President Vladimir Putin revealed his concerns about a new global arms race at an economic forum in Russia’s Far East. Putin’s comments come at a time of increased tension between the United States and Russia, as both nations begin testing missiles which would have been

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