As reported by Ukrainian TSN news service, a monitor from the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine in the town of Sievierodonetsk in Luhansk region, who has been suspended for misbehavior apparently involving alcohol, has turned to be an officer from Russia's GRU Main Intelligence Directorate.
A TSN journalist once heard an OSCE SMM monitor who later introduced himself as Maksim Udovichenko promoting Russian propaganda among locals in Luhansk region while being not on OSCE …
As reported by StopFake.org, Russia has been concealing its military casualties as part of propaganda war.
In the four weeks since Russia entered the conflict in Syria, Moscow has waged a fierce campaign for the hearts and minds of ordinary Russians.
Public support for the Syria intervention was initially limited. But as Russian war correspondents have filed patriotic reports from the urban front lines, and the defense ministry has posted bombing videos on social media, support has increased, …
As reported by a military spokesman Oleksandr Zavtonov, a Ukrainian soldier was killed by fire from Russia-backed separatists near the Donetsk airport on October 26.
It is the first reported Ukrainian military death since mid-October, as the fragile cease-fire negotiated in Minsk in February has generally held.
At the same time a separatists spokesman accused the Ukrainian military of launching an attack on the airport. Officials in Kyiv denied that claim.
AFP reported that local residents …
Cossack armed units of the Luhansk Pro-Kremlin republic intend to start armed resistance to Russian military after November 7.
The statement was made by the Press department of the Ukrainian Ministry of defense.
The situation around Russian forces trying to exert control over the Cossack units in the separatist’s republic is spiraling out of control.
On November 7th the representatives of the Cossacks are going to hold a meeting to express their "no confidence" of the authorities of the …
An international organization, Médecins Sans Frontières, has received an official ban from the authorities of the Pro- Kremlin Donetsk Republic
Bart Janssens, MSF Director of Operation, said that the ban took effect on October 19th and there was no explanation for the ban.
Janssens stressed the importance of the work of the organization in Donetsk region.
MSF employees have been helping mostly Diabetics and people suffering from kidney diseases.
In addition since 2011 MSF employees have …