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    Footage shows TV crew escaping explosion amid mortar fire in Ukraine
    Feb17

    Footage shows TV crew escaping explosion amid mortar fire in Ukraine

    Dramatic footage shows the moment a TV crew were forced to flee a huge explosion after a gas pipeline was hit by mortar fire in Ukraine. …read more Source:...

    How digital detectives say they proved Ukraine attacks came from Russia
    Feb17

    How digital detectives say they proved Ukraine attacks came from Russia

    A group of investigative journalists who specialise in image analysis say they have proved a series of key artillery strikes on Ukrainian forces in summer 2014 came from inside Russia. We focus on two attacks to show how the Bellingcat team examined satellite imagery and social media videos to support their theory … …read more Source:...

    How blogger Brown Moses used open-source information to analyse missile attacks on Ukraine – video
    Feb17

    How blogger Brown Moses used open-source information to analyse missile attacks on Ukraine – video

    Blogger and citizen journalist Eliot Higgins – aka Brown Moses – explains how he used open-source information to determine cross-border artillery attacks that appear to be being fired from Russian territory into Ukraine. His team used satellite imagery on Google Earth and crater analysis techniques … …read more Source: The...

    Remembering the shelling: ‘We saw a glow, they were burned alive’
    Feb17

    Remembering the shelling: ‘We saw a glow, they were burned alive’

    Ukrainian soldiers recall attacks by Grad launchers and heavy artillery – which they are convinced came from within RussiaUkrainian soldiers remember the onslaught that rained down on their positions from the middle of July 2014 onwards. Time and again they came under fire from Grad missiles and artillery shells. Now it appears that at least some...

    Russia shelled Ukrainians from within its own territory, says study
    Feb17

    Russia shelled Ukrainians from within its own territory, says study

    Satellite images, digital detective work and social media provide strongest evidence yet of Russian crossborder shelling, according to investigationWhen Ukrainian forces came under withering attack in the east of the country last summer, soldiers were surprised as much as scared by the ferocity of the attack. The separatists they were up against...

    Ukrainian separatists claim to have captured rail hub despite ceasefire
    Feb17

    Ukrainian separatists claim to have captured rail hub despite ceasefire

    Pro-Russian forces claim to have seized Debaltseve, after days of fighting in defiance of a ceasefire deadline to remove weapons from the front lineUkrainian separatists claimed on Tuesday they had captured the railway hub of Debaltseve – the key area where the shaky ceasefire negotiated last week had failed to hold – after a day of heavy...

    Ukraine crisis: Fighting rages at Debaltseve
    Feb17

    Ukraine crisis: Fighting rages at Debaltseve

    Fierce fighting erupts in the key town of Debaltseve in eastern Ukraine, despite a supposed ceasefire coming into effect last week. International observers from the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) have been denied access to the town, which is a key transport hub in the region, by the rebels. Both sides had been...

    Yevgeny Chichvarkin: No talks with scallies
    Feb17

    Yevgeny Chichvarkin: No talks with scallies

    Based on the latest events in the ATO zone in the Donbass, Ukraine can forget about the Minsk agreements. …read more Source:...

    Rebels claim to capture key Ukraine rail hub of Debaltseve
    Feb17

    Rebels claim to capture key Ukraine rail hub of Debaltseve

    Fighting breaks out for first time inside flashpoint town in east Ukraine, say officials, with rebels claiming victory in harsh blow to a fragile ceasefire …read more Source: The...

    Georgian prosecutors ask Ukraine to arrest, extradite Saakashvili
    Feb17

    Georgian prosecutors ask Ukraine to arrest, extradite Saakashvili

    The Georgian Prosecutor General’s Office has urged Ukrainian authorities to cooperate and extradite wanted individuals, in particular, Georgia’s ex-president Mikheil Saakashvili, to the republic. …read more Source:...

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