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Ukraine | How Ukraine Reined In Its Militias

By Vera Mironova and Ekaterina Sergatskova

When the conflict in Ukraine began in early 2014, a disturbing number of armed groups—from looting gangs to militias with ties to European white supremacy movements—sprang up from the chaos. Although the role and origin of those pro-Ukrainian militias has been hotly debated, one thing is clear: several years after the start of the conflict, the Ukrainian government has managed to stifle the independent armed groups fighting on its side. Its success offers lessons for other countries attempting to demobilize populations after a war.

Ukraine | Terrorist attack in Lugansk

Today in the center of Lugansk, the capital of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic, there was an explosion near the Government House. A woman was wondered and died on her way to the hospital. She was the captain of the medical service of the LPR. A few more people were injured. According to preliminary data, a homemade explosive device was put into the garbage bin.
Half an hour later in the center of Lugansk, near the site of the previous explosion, a second explosion occurred. According to preliminary data, a car exploded 50 meters from the site of the first explosion. The authorities of the republic urged the townspeople to refrain from moving along the streets.
Special services of the neighboring Donetsk People’s Republic warned a few days before the explosions that the Kiev regime is preparing terrorist attacks in the Donbas to the G20 summit opening.

Ukraine | Russian citizen captured in Donbas

The Russian service of the BBC, referring to the statement of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, said that the army controlled by Kiev allegedly had captured a Russian serviceman. Kiev sources assure that scout Viktor Ageyev, who was recruited in the Altai Territory and served under the contract, got into their hands. The alleged Russian was captured on June 24 in the area of ​​Zhelobok village of the Slavyanoserbsky district of the Lugansk region as a result of a clash of fighters of the 93rd separate mechanized brigade and the reconnaissance group of the 4th mechanized brigade of the 2nd Army Corps of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People’s Republic.

Ukraine | War on fake terror in Ukraine

After the outbreak of the civil war in Ukraine, the media controlled by the Kiev regime launched a powerful stigmatization campaign against the enemy. In the rhetoric of all pro-government media, the term “terrorists” was regularly used. It is used to refer to all the active supporters of the self-proclaimed People’s Republics of Donbas – Lugansk and Donetsk People’s Republic. And these republics are named in the media as “terrorist organizations”. Representatives of the Kiev government regularly demand that international organizations recognize these republics as terrorist. One day, it became clear that all this was fake propaganda. In fact, there were no official body of Ukraine issued a decision on the recognition of DPR and LPR by terrorist organizations.

Ukraine | Poroschenko muss improvisieren

Von Reinhard Lauterbach

Keine 24 Stunden nach der Räumung einiger Blockadeposten an der Grenze zum Donbass durch die ukrainische Polizei hat die Führung des Landes eine Kehrtwende angeordnet. Seit Mittwoch mittag gilt eine vollständige Abrfiegelung des Donbass für den Güterverkehr. Der Personenverkehr soll angeblich nicht betroffen sein; auch Lebensmittel für den Privatverbrauch würden nicht konfisziert, kommentierte Innenminister Arsen Awakow die Entscheidung. Grenzgänger berichteten dagegen von angestiegenen Wartezeiten und schikanösen Kontrollen.