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Blockade enabled to return Crimean issue in the world politics agenda

Blockade enabled to return Crimean issue in the world politics agenda

Food blockade of Crimean peninsula has returned the annexation issue in the agenda of world and Ukrainian politics. It has also become a bad surprise for Russian President Putin on the eve of UN General Assembly. Such opinion was expressed by political experts and historians during discussion in Ukraine Crisis Media Center.   Response to […]

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Sentsov expects to be exchanged for someone from Russian military

Sentsov expects to be exchanged for someone from Russian military

Recently sentenced in RF Ukrainian director Oleg Sentsov expects to be exchanged for someone from Russian servicemen. Unian reports this with reference to sister of Oleg Sentsov Natalia Kochneva. According to Ms. Kochneva, her brother is in a good mood. He doesn’t believe in 20 years of prison. First of all Oleg counts on exchange of […]

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Crimean Tatars call on creation of civic headquarters and massive blockade of Crimea

Since annexation of Crimea Ukrainian legislation got two new laws. The first one is Law ‘On provision of the rights and freedoms of citizens and the legal regime on the territory of temporarily occupied Crimea’ and the second is Law ‘On creation of free economic zone ‘Crimea’ and the peculiarities of economic activity on the […]

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Chechen Punisher Arseniy Yatseniuk – social networks boomed in response to another Russian fake

Chechen Punisher Arseiy Yatseniuk – social networks boomed in response to another Russian fake

Internet users actively publish cartoons about prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatseniuk as fighters in Chechen war. This boom is the response to claim of head of Investigation Committee of Russian Federation Alexander Bystrykin that Yatsenkiuk participated in Chechen war and fought against Russian forces. Take a look at some vivid examples of Ukrainian and […]

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Russian aggression in Ukraine and its victims [Infographics]

Russian aggression in Ukraine and its victims [Infographics]

One year ago, on September 5, 2014, a first Minsk agreement was signed in Belarus. After hard defeat and tragic losses in Ilovaisk in late summer this agreement looked a like an acceptable plan to resolve the conflict. However, one year after, when we already have the second version of Minsk agreements, it is obvious […]

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Russia sent 15 echelons of ammunition to Donbas in one month

Russia sent 15 echelons of ammunition to Donbas in one month

From July 25 to August 28 15 echelons of ammunition, fuels and lubricants have arrived from Russia to Donbas. Unian reports this with reference to Information Resistance Group. According to IR group, 150 tanks, 50 armored combat vehicles, 48-50 cannot artillery systems and self-propelled artillery systems, 32 multiple rocket launcher systems, more than 250 trucks with […]

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DNR fighters prepare for referendum to become part of Russia

DNR fighters prepare for referendum to become part of Russia

The ‘government’ of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic prepares referendum to become part of Russia. Unian reports this with reference to ostro.org, which claims to have its source of information close to government of the terrorist organization. According to this source, the referendum is to be held 2-4 weeks after elections for ‘local government’ scheduled for […]

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Russian court prepares to sentence Savchenko for 25 years in prison. – Lawyer Mark Feigin

Russian court prepares to sentence Savchenko for 25 years in prison. – Lawyer Mark Feigin

Lawyer of Ukrainian MP Nadia Savchenko Mark Feigin believes that Russian court will sentence her to maximum punishment – 25 years in prison. Unian reports this with reference to Feigin’s interview for BBC Ukraine.   We prepare Nadia that the verdict will be guilty   ‘We prepare Nadia that the verdict will be guilty,’ – he […]

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Crimea is ‘saved’

  Студенческий парк Сумской Банковской академии,таким он был в июле 2013 года,сейчас покажу во что он превратился…. pic.twitter.com/bmfhQ04E98 — Хуёвый Севастополь (@fuckysebastopol) July 20, 2015 Twitter user published comparison of park is Sevastopol before and after Russian annexion. Student park of Sumy Bank Academy was a great place to have a walk in 2013.   […]

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Russian ‘Themis’ says Savchenko is prone to escape, violence and suicide

Russian ‘Themis’ says Savchenko is prone to escape, violence and suicide

Psychologist has recently spoken to Nadia Savchenko in ‘Sailor’s silence’ jail in Moscow. Ukrinform reports this with reference to ‘Open Russia’ newspaper. In her conversation to members of Public Supervisory Commission of the Russian Federation Zoya Svetova and Liudmila Alpern Nadia Savchenko explained that she has nobody to talk to. ‘I’ve been in Russian jail […]

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