Commander of U.S. European Command and NATO Supreme Allied Commander Europe, Army Gen. Curtis Scaparrotti hosts a command “Town Hall” at Patch Barracks, Germany, February 07, 2018. US Army Photo


The minister says the number of Dutch citizens who have invested in cryptocurrencies has jumped in the last year, with half a million households now owning it.


The Soviet state when it could sought to eliminate all those who worked against it especially if they fled abroad, but, Felshtinsky points out, Putin has added a new and mafia-like dimension to this: he has sought to kill all the members of the family of those who he views as his enemies.


Photo: Yury Felshtinsky


Analyst: “So far, our base-case scenario is that Ukraine will get this year both the next IMF tranche and the first tranche under the MFA IV program.”


Chancellor Angela Merkel wants a renewed push for peace in Ukraine as conflicting sides fail to live up to the Minsk agreements. The optimistic tone comes as the EU renewed sanctions on Russia over Ukraine.


Russian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel (picture-alliance/AP Photo/M. Schreiber)

Analyst: “The conventional wisdom is that the Hungarian government has been manipulating these ethnic tensions to boost its poll ratings ahead of the parliamentary elections to be held on April 8.”


Ferrexpo (FXPO LN) slid 3.0%, concluding the week at a 3.7% loss.


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The country’s opposition-run congress has said the Petro’s sale is an “illegal and unconstitutional” instrument to mortgage the country’s oil reserves. The country’s National Assembly denounced it as a fraud and claimed it could be a risky investment…To bolster adoption, Maduro has ordered the country’s airlines to accept the Petro and other cryptocurrencies for tickets…Last month, Maduro claimed a Petro Gold – a cryptocurrency backed by precious metals – was going to be launched “next week.”


Poroshenko's comments came after NATO updated its website to include Ukraine alongside three other countries -- Bosnia-Herzegovina, Georgia, and Macedonia -- that have declared their aspirations to NATO membership


Photo: Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko (left) and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg in Brussels in November

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