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    MH17 crash report: Clues mounting into cause, but answers are few
    Sep09

    MH17 crash report: Clues mounting into cause, but answers are few

    The small holes in the cockpit and shards of punctured fuselage only tell the end of the story of Flight MH17. The images from the first report into the crash show the aftermath of the moment “high-energy objects” penetrated the Boeing 777, causing it to break up in the air and rain wreckage, bodies and belongings on Ukrainian farmland....

    Dutch report finds MH17 likely shot down by “high-speed objects”
    Sep09

    Dutch report finds MH17 likely shot down by “high-speed objects”

    Investigators in the Netherlands have released a preliminary report on the MH17 airliner crash in east Ukraine. The findings say the airliner was pierced by “high-speed objects,” and cockpit activity “ended abruptly.” …read more Source: Deutsche...

    Lifting US Oil Export Ban to Hurt Putin
    Sep09

    Lifting US Oil Export Ban to Hurt Putin

    Author(s): Kostis Geropoulos p13energyinsider.jpg The United States can squeeze Russia’s oil profits, increasing pressure on the Kremlin and Russian President Vladimir Putin’s policies in Ukraine while, at the same time, supply Europe with oil, a leading analyst told New Europe on September 8. …read more Source: New...

    Sochi loses tourism lustre to Crimea
    Sep09

    Sochi loses tourism lustre to Crimea

    The Russian resort town is falling out of favour with visitors, with many opting to go to another Russian Black Sea destination: Crimea …read more Source: Financial...

    VIDEO: Footage shows rebels with MH17 wreckage
    Sep09

    VIDEO: Footage shows rebels with MH17 wreckage

    New footage from the MH17 crash site in eastern Ukraine shows rebels roaming amongst the wreckage, as Nomia Iqbal reports. …read more Source:...

    Rebels free soldiers in Ukraine
    Sep09

    Rebels free soldiers in Ukraine

    Ukraine confirms rebels have freed 648 soldiers under the terms of the ceasefire, while the rebels say 311 of their fighters are still in captivity. …read more Source:...

    Finland denies blocking Russia sanctions
    Sep09

    Finland denies blocking Russia sanctions

    Finland triggered a delay of several days over the coming into force of the latest EU sanctions that will target Russia’s state-owned energy companies …read more Source: Financial...

    The Russians protesting against the Ukraine conflict
    Sep09

    The Russians protesting against the Ukraine conflict

    A small number of Russians have braved public disapproval and possible arrest to stand against Moscows actions in Ukraine. RFE/RLs Russian Service spoke to some of themVladimir Barabanov is a veteran of the Soviet war in Afghanistan and heads a local branch of the Union of Afghanistan Veterans in Russias western Bryansk Oblast. Barabanov, a...

    Malaysian Airlines MH17 crashed after being pierced by ‘high-energy objects’  video
    Sep09

    Malaysian Airlines MH17 crashed after being pierced by ‘high-energy objects’ video

    Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crashed after being punctured by numerous ‘high-energy objects’, the Dutch Safety Board concludes. Its initial report found no evidence that the MH17 crash in Uraine in July was caused by a technical fault or by human error. DSB chairman Tjibbe Joustra says it is important that his team gets access to the...

    The Ukrainian Officer Tweeting from the Frontlines of the War in Donbas
    Sep09

    The Ukrainian Officer Tweeting from the Frontlines of the War in Donbas

    Sergei Misyura, an officer in the Ukrainian Army. (image courtesy of Sergei Misyura) This article is part of an extensive RuNet Echo study of Russian-language blogosphere in Eastern Ukraine. Explore the complete interview series on the Eastern Ukraine Unfiltered page. Like many of the citizen journalists profiled in this series, Sergei...

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