Daily Archives: June 29, 2015

Malaysia | Malaysian Pressure Forces MH17 Investigation to UN

June 29th, 2015
Eric Zuesse

Malaysia, frustrated by the refusal of the official international investigation-team to produce any clear evidence yet of whom to blame for the downing of the MH17 Malaysian airliner over the Ukrainian civil-war zone on 17 July 2014, has finally forced the team to request the UN to investigate. They’ve forced the original four nations on the team to accept UN adjudication of any final report. This will enable a court-proceeding to make the ultimate determination of guilt (upon which judgment penalties and compensation will be assessed), and this court-determination would inevitably allow whatever party is being blamed by the five-member official investigating team, to present its own evidence in the case, so that the court will make the ultimate determination ? the official investigating team will not be performing that crucial judgmental function.

Ukraine | Un policier ukrainien

 

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Michail Michailov a ajouté 2 nouvelles photos.

USA | 22 Respected Geopolitical Analysts Counter the Fraudulent Western Narrative on Ukraine AND WHY IT MATTERS SO MUCH

FLASHPOINT IN UKRAINE
How the US Drive for Hegemony
Risks World War III
edited by
Stephen Lendman
ISBN: 978-0-9860731-4-4 269 pp.
$24.95 2014

REVIEWS

“The book’s contributions illuminate not only the background of the Ukraine conflict, but also the expansionist goals of the US-NATO alliance. Flashpoint in Ukraine can therefore be highly recommended.”

Ukraine | Supporters of Arrested Journalist were Detained in Odessa

June 25, supporters of arrested journalist Artyom Buzila held a picket at the central prison of Odessa. Buzila was previously detained by the Security Service on suspicion of separatism.
Protesters kept a banner reading «FreeBuzila», demanded to put an end to his politically motivated case and free the journalist.
After picket police detained at about 10 supporters of imprisoned journalist.

Germany | Überleben in Kiew

Neben den Toten und Katastrophen, die der Krieg im Osten des Landes verursacht, müssen die Ukrainer gerade noch etwas anderes verkraften: Ihre Zuversicht schwindet. VON STEFFEN DOBBERT, KIEW