Nazis wondered and severely beaten four antiracists in Western Ukraine

In Lviv, Western Ukraine, 20 neo-Nazis armed with knives and telescopic batons have attacked a group of left-wing social activists who call themselves “Black banner”, antiracists and anarchists. Four young men and More »

Ukrainian journalists foiled operation of special services

On September 18, the Ukrainian opposition website “Strana” made a loud statement. The editorial office reported that Ukrainian special services tried to recruit Vyacheslav Seleznyov, a photojournalist of “Strana”. He is known More »

Kim, Moon agree to denuclearize Korean peninsula at Pyongyang summit

Leaders of the two Koreas agreed Wednesday to end military tensions and try to achieve complete denuclearization of the Korean peninsula. Kim Jong-un, top leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea More »

Russia: Missile that shot down flight MH17 was Ukrainian

The Russian military said on Monday (Sept 17) that the missile that shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight 17, killing all 298 people on board, came from the arsenals of the Ukrainian army, More »

Riots in the Center of Kiev – Banderists Stormed the Prosecutor General’s Office

In Kiev outside the walls of the Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine the next “Maidan” [a metaphorical use of the word – ed] developed. Dissatisfied with the fact that a Chechen terrorist – More »

 

Afghan Governor: The Taliban Are ‘Going To Win’ If Death Toll Continues To Rise

A provincial governor in Afghanistan says the Taliban is “going to win” if the death toll among Afghan security forces — which the New York Times reports is double the average from two years ago — continues unabated.

Ukraine | Western diplomats advocate Russian language

The oppression of Russian language continues in Ukraine. On September 18, the members of the Lviv regional council decided to impose a moratorium on the public “use of the Russian-language cultural product” in the region. According to Ukrainian nationalists, the decision was made “to protect the Ukrainian information space from the hybrid effects of the aggressor state and to overcome the consequences of long-term language russification, taking into account the numerous appeals of patriotic and veteran public organizations.” The propagandists of the Kiev regime call Russia the aggressor state.

USA | No business as usual: Trump’s trade wars

Trump’s trade war is another phase of capitalist crisis that could lead to a harsher world, argues Vladimir Unkovski-Korica

Since March this year, US President Donald Trump has started a creeping trade war with allies and rivals alike that threatens to deepen the global economic and political crisis.

Erdogan points to Kurds with the Idlib wave

The deal announced after Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s meeting last week foresees a buffer zone.

The demilitarized zone is expected to push back the Damascus regime’s perspective of launching a large scale operation against Idlib. At least, that is what Ankara strives for.

Ukraine | Nazis wondered and severely beaten four antiracists in Western Ukraine

In Lviv, Western Ukraine, 20 neo-Nazis armed with knives and telescopic batons have attacked a group of left-wing social activists who call themselves “Black banner”, antiracists and anarchists. Four young men and women 20-25 years old received numerous wounds including life threatening ones. One of the victims, Sergei Gospodinin, being out of consciousness, was transferred to the reanimation, he was stabbed near the heart area.

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