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Three Ukrainian soldiers reported missing near demarcation line in Donbass - Kiev

Three Ukrainian servicemen have been reported missing near the demarcation line in the Donbass region, the press center of Kiev’s military operation said on Monday. "On January 8, 2017, three servicemen of a military unit, which is completing the tasks near the demarcation line did not return to the unit’s location. No connection with them at the moment," the press center noted on…

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Ukraine preparing large-scale mobilization of reserve officers

Deputy Chief of Staff of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Colonel Mark Andrusyak, reported that this year they have planned a large-scale mobilization of reserve officers. "We are planning this year to hold a call. The number of about four thousand ", Andrusyak said.  Covered under the call are those who have completed military departments, but did not serve in the Armed Forces of…

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US envoy admits: Russia has no plans to attack NATO

Russia is not intending to attack the North Atlantic Alliance, US Permanent Representative to NATO Douglas Lute has said. Information from the ABC interview was published in TASS News. "I don't believe that anyone in Russia today intends to attack NATO," the US diplomat told ABC broadcaster in an interview. "But that doesn't mean that we don't have a responsibility to reassure allies like Estonia who are frontline allies,…

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816 Donetsk citizens still kept in Ukraine’s prisons — Morozova

13 citizens of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) have been released in three prisoner exchanges with Ukraine in 2016, however as many as 816 prisoners are still being kept by Ukraine, DPR’s human rights ombudswoman Darya Morozova said on Friday. "This year, three prisoner exchanges took place. Thirteen people have been released. As of now, according to our data, the Ukrainian side is still keeping 816 people. Ukraine…

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West's interference in Ukraine triggers major crisis in Europe - OSCE envoy

"Western interference in Ukrainian affairs triggered chaos and devastation in the country as well as a major crisis in Europe", OSCE envoy Alexander Lukashevich said on Thursday. "We observe Kiev’s ongoing policy of ‘cutting’ Donbass from the rest of Ukraine," Russian diplomat said at a meeting of the OSCE Permanent Council. "It is getting increasingly evident what the interference of Western countries in…

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OSCE report lacks information about 'act of terror' in the Ukrainian check point

The OSCE has confirmed on new report the shooting of Donetsk civilians in the Ukrainian check point on Wednesday, but the report lacks large amount of most important information. From some reason, the OSCE has downgraded casualty number, and there is no information about the suspect either. The Head of Donetsk People's Republic, Alexander Zakharchenko, gave his comment about the tragedy in the press-conference on Thursday. He…

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Deutche Welle 'Fake News' exposed: No DPR accreditation, interview - OSCE support

The Deutche Welle has produced several lies from Donetsk People's Republic in…

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Official: Ukrainian soldier shot civilians in Gorlovka check point - 2 died, 1 injured (Video)

Two civilians died and one was wounded at the Ukrainian border check point near the city of Gorlovka on Wednesday. Elderly man was shot to the head when Ukrainian soldier fired several bullets towards crowd of civilians with automatic weapon. People in the place were waiting in border check point to get over to the Ukrainian side from the Donetsk People's Republic. Acting Head of Gorlovka Administration, Ivan Prikhodko, comments…

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Video: DPR Vice-Commander Basurin statement about school shelling in Sahanka

A school and several houses were shelled by Ukraine on Sunday in Sahanka. Vice-Commander of the Donetsk People's Republic army operations, Eduard Basurin, went to the shelled location on Monday and gave DPR official information and statement about Ukrainian shelling of the civilian targets in Sahanka village, south from Donetsk capital. Video: DPR Defense Ministry Subtitles: DONi Donbass News Agency See…

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McFaul acting McFoul: Ex-diplomat proposes calling Sputnik, RT 'foreign agents'

On Saturday, former US Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul proposed cancelling the accreditation of journalists working for Sputnik and RT, hinting that they should instead be listed as 'foreign agents' under the Foreign Agents Registration Act. Margarita Simonyan, Editor-in-Chief of Sputnik and RT, had a few choice words for the diplomat. In his latest attack, McFaul, who has become a minor media celebrity for his…