Videos: Yesterday’s shellings of Donetsk, Konstantinovka, and Gorlovka

    DONATE! Konstantinovka: punishers have been launching something (or tried to shoot something), the buzz was heard through the whole town. The windows at the apartment blocks were shaking. The explosion was very powerful. From the Kirov area, in the Kuibyshev region the smoke from the mine waste was seen. The explosion was so powerful, that the house has bulged greatly. 16.06.15. 21:07 In Donetsk there was powerful explosion….

17.06.2015
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DPR Will Start Offensive If Ukraine Attacks Transnistria

        DONATE! DPR Foreign Minister Alexander Kofman: In case of aggravation of the situation in Transnistria, if the fighting is started again there, the DPR army will be ready to provide the support to Transnistria. We believe that such aggravation is inevitable. There are our brothers, and, of course, if they would be attacked, we’ll have to help them. I am sure that we will be able…

17.06.2015
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Saakashvili: Ukraine Will Return to Pre-Maidan GDP Level…IN 20 YEARS

Odessa’s new grift lord — sorry, “governor” — Mikheil Saakashvili has actually said something that might be true, for once in his long, storied career as serial fraud. Yes, Saakashvili has actually come clean with the people of Odessa: Ukraine is the poorest country in Europe, and it will taketwenty years just to return to the economic productivity Ukraine had in 2013. Thanks Maidan! And thank you Mike for the much-needed straight talk.

17.06.2015
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Kiev Massively Installs Satellites for Russian Channels

  There is a growing demand for the installation of satellite antennas in Kiev, and clients are often primarily interested in receiving Russian channels banned by the authorities in the networks of cable TV. This was reported on condition of anonymity by the Director of Kyiv-based company working on the installation of antennas. So, he has to increase the number of staff in his company than in 5 times. “Last…

16.06.2015
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Poroshenko Calls Russia’s $3 Billion Loan A ‘Bribe’

In interview with Bloomberg Ukrainian President Poroshenko appears to question Ukraine’s liability to pay $3 billion loan owed to Russia, calling it a “bribe” Ukraine’s President Poroshenko has introduced an incendiary element into Ukraine’s debt negotiations by calling the $3 billion loan Russia made to Ukraine in December 2013 “a bribe” to keep Ukraine in its geopolitical sphere. Poroshenko did this in an interview withBloomberg, in which however he stopped short of…

16.06.2015
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Ukrainian Diplomat and Intelligence Officer Came Down to Side of LPR

  The brothers Alexei and Yuri Miroshnichenko were not able to accept the course of Petro Poroshenko for the strengthening of the armed aggression against the civilian population of Donbass. In Lugansk on the side of the militiamen have come down the employee of external intelligence service of Ukraine Alexey Miroshnichenko and his brother, the worker of the Ukrainian Embassy in France Yuriy Miroshnychenko. For a long time after the…

16.06.2015
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