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Intl. teams find ‘no violations’ by Russia along Ukrainian border

Inspectors who came to check the state of Russian troops along the Ukrainian borders have found no violations, Russia’s Ministry of Defense said. This came as a response to the US alleging 15,000 Russian troops have amassed in the area.

US allegations of Russia firing at Ukraine are ‘baseless’ – Russian MP

Satellite images released by the US allegedly “proving” that Russia fired rockets at Ukrainian troops across the border cannot be considered evidence, according to a Russian MP.

IMF warns of adverse effects of anti-Russia sanctions

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has warned that the sanctions imposed on Russia over the ongoing crisis in Ukraine would have adverse effects on a global scale.

US and EU may introduce new sanctions against Russia later this week

The U.S. and the EU may introduce new restrictive measures against Russia this week over the situation in Ukraine, Tony Blinken, a deputy national security advisor told a news briefing on Monday.

The World Is Doomed By Western Insouciance — Paul Craig Roberts

European governments and the Western media have put the world at risk by enabling Washington’s propaganda and aggression against Russia.

Busted! MH-17 Was in Fact the 'Lost' Flight MH-370

It's not only that the official MH17 story is filled with gaps, but there are also bizarre accounts and 'coincidences' that are impossible to ignore

Russian rural residents evacuated from their village after shelling by Ukraine

Only ten residents stayed in the village of Primiusskoye in Kuibyshevo district of Russia’s southern Rostov region after more than 20 shells had exploded there.

Ukrainian Air Defense Exercises Might be Behind Malaysian Aircraft Crash – Source

A system mix up during a Ukrainian air defense units’ rocket launch exercise could be the cause of the Malaysia Airlines crash in southeast Ukraine, a source from one of the Ukrainian defense departments told RIA Novosti.

'Because I work for RT': Graham Phillips deported from Ukraine

Graham Phillips, an RT contributor covering the conflict in eastern Ukraine, has been deported to the UK, following his arrest at Donetsk airport on Tuesday night.

'Because I work for RT': Graham Phillips deported from Ukraine

Kiev says Ukraine not intending to extradite Yarosh to Russia

The Ukrainian authorities do not intend to extradite to Russia Right Sector leader Dmytro Yarosh, against whom criminal cases are opened in Russia and whom Interpol has placed on the most wanted list, the Ukrainian interior minister's advisor Anton Gerashchenko said.

Russian Investigators Come Under Targeted Fire from Ukraine

A team of investigators from Russia’s Investigative Committee on Friday came under targeted mortar fire from the Ukrainian side of the border, the committee’s spokesman said.

45 Ukrainian shells hit south Russian village

About 45 Ukrainian shells hit a village in the Rostov Region, southern Russia, damaging houses and electric wires, a spokesman for the border guard service said on Friday.

NATO Poland base may be prepared for blitz against Russia

NATO’s Europe commander advocates stockpiling a base in Poland with enough weapons, ammunition and other supplies to support a rapid deployment of thousands of troops against Russia, British media reported.

US Intelligence: No Evidence Russia Did It — Paul Craig Roberts

After days of placing hostile blame for the downing of the Malaysian airliner on Russia, the White House permitted US intelligence officials to tell reporters that there is no evidence of the Russian government’s involvement.

Senior Russian lawmaker: By resigning, Yatsenyuk tries to shirk responsibility for crimes

By announcing his resignation Ukraine’s parliament-appointed Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk is trying to avoid responsibility for crimes his government has committed against its own people, a Russian lawmaker said on Thursday.

Ukraine sends another wounded soldier to Russia for medical treatment

Ukraine has asked Russia to admit another wounded Ukrainian soldier to a Russian hospital, spokesman for Russia’s regional Border Guard Service branch Vasily Malayev said on Thursday.

Luhansk hopes direct gas supplies for Russia will be in place for the coming winter

Self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic leaders hope for direct gas supplies from Russia in the coming heating season, premier Marat Bashirov said on Thursday.

Over 600 Ukrainian refugees find shelter in Russian families

Employees of the Russian Emergencies Ministry have offered help for over 600 Ukrainian refugees, the ministry’s spokesman, Alexander Drobyshevsky, said on Thursday.

The MH17 tragedy - A chessboard drenched in blood

The MH17 tragedy may have been a horrendous mistake. But it may also have been a desperate gambit by the Kiev minions of the Empire of Chaos.

The Mystery of a Ukrainian Army ‘Defector’

U.S. intelligence officials suggest that the person who fired the missile that downed Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 may have been “a defector” from the Ukrainian army, an apparent attempt to explain why some CIA analysts thought satellite images revealed men in Ukrainian army uniforms manning the missile battery, writes Robert Parry.

Nearly 270 Ukrainian refugees sent to three Russian regions

Some 270 Ukrainian refugees have been sent to three Russian regions, Russian Emergencies Ministry (EMERCOM) spokesman Alexander Drobyshevsky said Wednesday.

The State Dept's MH17 evidence secret

State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf described Russia's statements on MH17 plane crash as "misinformation" - but when reporters asked her whether Washington would be releasing their intelligence and satellite data, Harf only replied "may be." So far the US has been backing its statements by social media and "common sense."

'Anything other than social media?' State Dept's MH17 evidence secret

France to deliver Mistral warship to Russia despite US & UK criticism

France will go ahead with the delivery of the first of two Mistral warships to Russia – despite protests by the US and UK, prompted by Moscow's stance in the Ukrainian crisis. The ship is nearly completed and will be presented in October.

Will Russia shoot down West’s lies?

They don't call it the "gutter press" for nothing. But Western so-called news media sunk to new toxic depths over the weekend in their coverage of the Malaysian airliner downed over Ukraine - and the death of all 298 people on board.

'All eyes on Putin': prejudice, speculation & more around MH17 investigation

While the investigation of MH17 crash gets underway to determine what exactly happened, Western media and politicians are doing everything they can to put the blame for MH17 crash on Russia. 

'All eyes on Putin': prejudice, speculation & more around MH17 investigation

Ukraine should not lead probe of MH17 crash: Russia

Russia has called for the investigation into the crash of the Malaysian Flight MH17 to be led by the international community and not by Ukraine, its envoy to Malaysia says.

10 more questions Russian military pose to Ukraine, US over MH17 crash

Russia has released military monitoring data, which shows Kiev military jets tracking the MH17 plane shortly before the crash - and posed yet another set of questions to Ukraine and the US over the circumstances of the tragedy.

‘Too good an opportunity to miss’: MH17 blame game has political motives, may lead to war

The blame game against Russia that unfolded in western media hours after MH 17 crash in Ukraine has only political motives behind it, says a former Senior Advisor to the OSCE. Accusing Moscow is a great opportunity that both politicians and media can’t miss.

Russia ready to hand over Malaysian plane flight data to ICAO

Earlier in the day, the Russian Defense Ministry released a video that showed the movement of civil aircraft over Ukraine on the approaches to Russia’s airspace

Russian Billionaires in ‘Horror’ as Putin Risks Isolation

Russia’s richest businessmen are increasingly frantic that President Vladimir Putin’s policies in Ukraine will lead to crippling sanctions and are too scared of reprisal to say so publicly, billionaires and analysts said.

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