ATO HQ reports 1 KIA amid militant shelling near Troyitske
One Ukrainian soldier has been killed after Russian-backed militants attacked a fortified position of a unit of a mechanized brigade deployed near the village of Troyitske in Luhansk region.
Ukraine accuses Russia of a brazen assassination of a key witness in Yanukovych case
Denis Voronenkov, former deputy of the Russian State Duma, was killed in the center of Kyiv on March 23. He moved to Kyiv in October 2016, when he gave evidence in the case of high treason against former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych. In December 2016, Voronenkov received Ukrainian citizenship.
Blasts and fire in Balakliya: state of things as for now - updated
The fire on the military arsenal in the city of Balakliya started at about 3 a.m. early on Thursday. The ammunition began detonating very quickly. The rescue workers sat that the blasts are happening on the technical territory of the arsenal, but the one off sprays are happening as well.
London attack: police say attack is treated as terrorism
At least one person is dead after a terror attacker brought carnage to central London today by mowing down pedestrians on Westminster Bridge and attacking police with a knife in the grounds of the Houses of Parliament More than 12 people are said to have been hit by a vehicle on the bridge. The Daily Mail reported that.
Shooting outside Houses of Parliament in London, casualties reported
Two people were shot at least a dozen people are reportedly injured after an incident on Wednesday afternoon, according to Reuters.
President approved composition of the Ukrainian delegation for participation in the UN ICJ hearings on Russia’s violation of the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism
President Petro Poroshenko signed a Decree to establish a delegation of Ukraine for participation in hearings of the UN International Court of Justice regarding Russia’s violation of the International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism and the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.
Russia explained why it passed unreadable pictures on the MH17 case to the Netherlands
The Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, stated that the reformatting of data obtained from Russian radar showing the moment of the crash of a Malaysian Boeing in the Donbas into the required file format will lead to "significant data loss,” as reported by Interfax , citing the Federal Air Transport Agency.
U.S. Commander Says Fight Against Taliban In Afghanistan Is A Stalemate
WASHINGTON -- A top U.S. commander says the war against Taliban fighters in Afghanistan has ground to a stalemate.
'Don't forget Aleppo': Russian ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov killed in Ankara and was hit by 11 bullets in a back - video of incident
Attacker reportedly talked about the situation in Aleppo after he shot the ambassador.
Video of satellite images revealed Russian military supplies arriving on freight trains from Russia into Donbas
Volunteer video shows Russian supplies arriving on freight trains
100 rockets were launched from Grad systems near Mariupol and situation in Donbas in winter will be even worse - OSCE
Grads also fired in Luhansk region this week
Poroshenko prolonged effect of Agreement between Ukraine and Netherlands on International mission concerning investigation of MH-17 crash
Petro Poroshenko signed the Law adopted by the Parliament of Ukraine on the ratification of the Agreement (in the form of the exchange of notes) between Ukraine and the Netherlands on prolongation of the effect of the Agreement between Ukraine and the Netherlands on the International Mission to protect investigation of July 28, 2014 until August 1, 2017 (№1688-VIII).
Describing Motorola as "pro-Russian" is clearly absurd - international media coverage of Donbas conflict promotes Russian aggression – Atlantic Council
In the wake of the killing of the Russian militant leader Arsen Pavlov in Donetsk in mid-October, one news report after another ran with headlines referring to Pavlov as a pro-Russian separatist leader, creating the impression of a Russia-leaning local who was defending his democratic rights by force of arms, Peter Dickinson wrote in his article titled "There They Go Again: International Media Enables Russian Aggression in Ukraine" published by Atlantic Council October 21.
Stratfor: Motorola`s murder could be a sign of Russia`s fast withdrawal from Donbas
Analytics notes that Motorola murdered either by militants or Russian special services. It’s unlikely that Ukrainian services could have organized the assassination; militant commander was heavily guarded, according to experts.
Messages from Motorola's phone indicate he was worried Russia might kill him
Hackers produce details surrounding death of pro-Russian separatist Motorola, infamous warlord of illegal armed batallion 'Sparta'.
Russian Nazi Yan Petrovsky, who was taking part in Donbas conflict, arrested in Norway
Yan Petrovsky is a Russian mercenary, who was participating in Donbas conflict in eastern Ukraine, fighting against Ukrainian army for pro-Russian separatists.
Kremlin: Russia`s official position does not coincide with glorification of murdered Motorola
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said that the official position of Russia`s authorities does not coincide with feelings of glorification that filled Russian society in light of the Motorola `s murder in occupied Donetsk.
Motorola`s death: OSCE has no proofs of 'Sparta' warlord`s murder
OSCE SMM Principal Deputy Chief Monitor Alexander Hug says the OSCE is not able to confirm the reports about the death of one of the militant leaders, a Russian citizen Arseniy Pavlov aka "Motorola,"
Militants revenge after Motorola`s death: separatist`s leader of battalion ‘Somali' Givi promised to destroy the Ukrainian cities
Another warlord of illegal armed unit called ‘Somali' Mikhail Tolstykh aka ‘Givi' has already promised to destroy the Ukrainian cities and kill "a million enemies" to avenge the death of Motorola.
The second militant, killed with the blast together with 'Motorola', became known
The 16th October, pro-Russian separatists’ warlord of ‘Sparta’ Motorola killed in his own house by the bomb blast, set in the elevator.
Pro-Russian separatists’ warlord of ‘Sparta’ Motorola killed in his own house by the bomb blast, set in the elevator
The fact that notorious leader of illegal armed unit "Sparta" Arsen Pavlov, known as Motorola, has been murdered on 16th October due to the bomb blast in the buildings elevator of his own house is the main topic for newsmedia.
International Security of the Ukraine`s MFA: The possibility of chemical attacks in occupied Donbas is extremely high
Serhii Shutenko, Director General for International Security of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine at the UN First Committee general debate underlined the existing threat of chemical terrorist attacks in Donbas. According to Shutenko, the threat is possible, including adverse consequences for other states.
Russia and terrorism: Is Moscow implicated in ISIS activities?
The unending terrorist acts in France and other countries and the necessity of uniting against the growing threat of international terrorism gives rise to a certain side effect: the Kremlin is again insisting that without Russia, the West is incapable of dealing with such massive global threats. A number of specialists, including government officials, harbor the suspicion that Moscow is involved in global terrorism.
MFA of Russia: Russian embassy in Damascus was shelled by Syrian rebels
Russian Foreign Ministry claims that today, on 4th October, the building of the Russian embassy in Damascus undergone shelling from a nearby territory controlled by militant groups, opposing Assad`s regime. Reportedly al-Nusra Front and Faylaq al-Rahman groups are those militants responsible for the attack. Russian embassy in Damascus is situated near Government building. Thus, it is impossible to ascertain what was the real object of the strike.
Top al-Qaeda commander killed by drone missile strike of US-led coalition in Syria
Senior commander of Jabhet Fateh al-Sham (formerly Al-Nusra Front) was killed by a missile fired from a drone –believed to be affiliated with the US-led coalition– in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib.
MH17 investigation and war in Syria: What consequences could Russia face?
US-Russian deal on Syria to stop the bloodshedding in the war and to establish the steady cease-fire is under threat again after recent events, namely: striking UN aid convoy and mass killing of Syrian soldiers in coalition strikes near Deir ez-Zor. These two events may result in continuation of military actions and growth of the violence in the region, disrupting all efforts undertaken by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry and his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov to find conflict resolution.
Peskov about Dutch FM calling of Russia's Ambassador: "It's good news"
Today, on 30th September, Russia's Ambassador in Netherlands was summoned to Dutch FM concerning MH17 investigation criticism came after Joint Investigation Team`s presentation, whick took place on 28th September. Press Secretary Peskov said Moscow finds a positive sign in this invitation.
Rocket launched by IS militants at U.S. troops based in Iraq did contain a mustard agent
U.S. confirms IS used chemical rocket in attack on troops in Iraq, according to BBC News.
Explosions in New York: U.S. officials say a suspicious device found in a trash can near a New Jersey train station
Five questioned in connection with N.Y. bombing as more suspicious devices found
Man stabbed at least eight people at a shopping mall in the U.S. state of Minnesota
Police said a man wearing a private security firm uniform stabbed at least eight people at a shopping mall in the northern U.S. state of Minnesota.