This is a Voice of Russia piece which completely discounts any Russian culpability. WAY late in the article it finally brings up and dismisses any chance of Russian agents at work. The first half of the article places the blame on the Ukrainian government, stating any force used to displace pro-Russian occupiers of three towns in East Ukraine will nullify the work of the four powers talks. What a bunch of double speak and malarchy.
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According to multiple unconfirmed sources, including RT, Ukrainian armored forces are attacking Russian provocateurs holed up in various East Ukraine cities, including Donetsk.
RT’s headline “Military storm airfield, town in eastern Ukraine, wounded reported – protesters.”, neglects to say it was the Ukrainian military, somewhat of an amusing oversight. 384 more words
Office of the Spokesperson Washington, DC April 13, 2014 “No amount of propaganda can make right something that the world knows is wrong.” – President Obama, March 26…524 more words
Russian TV Propagandists Caught Red-Handed: Same Guy, Three Different People (Spy, Bystander, Heroic Surgeon)
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Pity Russian propagandists. They must stage scenes of massive and violent demonstrations in East and South Ukraine. They must patch together actual demonstration footage with images of exploding grenades, intermittent automatic weapon fire, wounded pro-Russian civilians, and menacing Ukrainian extremists, organized, paid for, and directed by sinister outside forces.
US Secretary of State John Kerry has called on his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, to take steps to de-escalate the crisis in Ukraine, a senior State …
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By Mykola Riabchuk | Al Jazeera – 12 hours ago
As the Ukrainian presidential election scheduled on May 25 gets closer, Kremlin’s window of opportunity for invading the country and derailing its European course is gradually narrowing.
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Apr 10. 2014
By Rick Staggenborg, MD, Soldiers for Peace International
Respect for national sovereignty has been the basis of international law designed to prevent preemptive warfare since the Treaty of Westphalia in 1648 ended the 30 Years War.