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Russian Deputy PM: US preparing Moldova forces for likely Transnistria conflict

Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin said Monday that the US Navy's plans to construct facilities for urban military training in Moldova are an indicator that the United States has started preparing Moldova's special forces for a potential military conflict with Transnistria. Earlier in the day, media reported about US Naval Facilities Engineering Command Europe Africa Southwest Asia (NAVFAC EURAFSWA) plans to construct eight…

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Warning: US urged its citizen's to leave North Korea before September 1

Is US going to start a war against North Korea in a month? The authorities of the United States urged US citizens residing in the DPRK (North Korea) to return to their homeland before September 1. "US citizens wishing to travel to North Korea would have to obtain a special validation for their passports, which would only be granted in limited circumstances," the US State Department said in a…

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Don't be fooled: US halted only CIA program, but not Pentagon program in Syria

The news that President Trump has halted the CIA program to arm and train rebel groups in Syria should be viewed with caution, as the CIA program only represented half of US involvement in Syria, writes…

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Official Declaration of the Malorossiyan Federation [Full text, 07/18/2017]

On 18.7.2017 the Head of the Donetsk People's Republic, Alexander Zakharchenko, gave a declaration on the creation of a new federal state, Malorossiya, which will become the legal successor of…

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Three years after: Remains of the MH17 still on site, questions without answers [VIDEO]

On the eve of the third anniversary of the MH17 crash tragedy, we came back to Grabovo (in the East of the Donetsk People's Republic) with colleagues of News Front and Patrick Lancaster to interview witnesses and verify if all the remains of the plane and the victims have been taken back to the Netherlands by the JIT. One of the direct witnesses of the tragedy was a teenager, who described to us what he saw : “I…

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Lavrov: US and EU policies largely provoked Ukrainian crisis

Since the end of the Cold War, Moscow hoped for international peace and cooperation, but certain decisions and actions of its Western partners have led to further "dividing lines" in Europe, and "have largely provoked" the Ukrainian crisis, Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has said, as reported by RT News. In the early 1990s, “the US and its…

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NATO conducting large-scale preparations for military aggression against Russia - Expert

According to Konstantin Sivkov, director of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems, "NATO is conducting large-scale full-fledged preparations for military aggression," the expert said at the round table in Moscow on NATO's policy toward Russia, as reported by the Sputnik News. Sivkov argued that there are several signs apparently…

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Lavrov didn't say: 'Russia involved in war in Donbass' as western media claims

The western anti-Russian media is publishing pure fake news based on Russian Foreign Minister statement, claiming that Sergey Lavrov "finally admitted that Russia is involved in the war in Donbass - militarily". In the reality, these news have no ground, because their claims are based on intrerpretation of a translation mistake, and besides of that, his words are taken out from the context.   Here is the…

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58 % of Russian 'spearhead units' armament modernized - Sergei Shoigu

Over 750 new weapon systems have arrived for the Russian troops in the past six months of this year, Defense Minister Army General Sergei Shoigu said on Friday. "Over the past six months, more than 750 new weapon systems and military equipment have arrived for the troops while 380 pieces of military hardware have been repaired and about 7,000 military hardware items have undergone maintenance," Shoigu said at the…

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Ukrainian parliament voted for joining NATO

Lawmakers in Ukraine passed a bill on Thursday securing the country's aspirations to become a North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) member as Ukraine's foreign policy priority. The bill, passed by a 276-226 vote in the unicameral Verkhovna Rada, is yet to be signed into law by President Petro Poroshenko. The law outlines enhancing cooperation with NATO in order to reach the criteria needed for the country's accession to the…