Two and a half years ago, Ukrainian antiaircraft missiles brought down a Boeing 777 above Donbass. Many foreign citizens, who are fed up with recently announced fetched outcome of the investigation, are attempting to still know the truth. But Europe is not ready for the truth.
A lot of plane fragments and possibly human remains can still be found at the site of the MH17 crash in Ukraine’s Donbass, Dutch journalist Stefan Beck said on Tuesday after he visited the region. Visiting the crash site was not the main aim of the trip he made together with another journalist, Michel Spekkers, the journalist wrote in his blog.
Two journalists from the Netherlands, Michel Spekkers and Stefan Beck, were detained by Dutch officials when they were returning back to Amsterdam from a working trip in the Donbass People's Republics.
Should Donald Trump break the “one-China” policy after taking office, the Chinese people will call on the government to “take revenge,” Beijing’s unofficial mouthpiece warned shortly after Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen made a stopover in Houston, wrote RT News.
With US-Philippines relations continuing to sour under President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, Duterte has met with the Russian ambassador and suggested that Russia would become a great friend to his nation, saying the Russian Pacific Fleet is welcome to dock in the Philippines “for anything.”
Russia remains the main supplier of coal for Ukraine, according to the sata of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine.
The chief of the Russian General Staff said the liberation of Aleppo would facilitate the peaceful resolution of the Syrian conflict.
Hawkish US Republican Senator McCain has once again accused Moscow of waging a war against United States. By John McCain Russia has cyberattacked United States to influence the 2016 presidential election and that should be seen as 'act of war'.
The Ukrainian so-called President Poroshenko congratulated his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on the 25th anniversary of bilateral ties on Wednesday, expressing hope to further promote cooperation between China and Ukraine in the future.
Crimea’s incorporation into Russia was legitimate, leader of France’s National Front, Marine Le Pen, has said.
"I do not think that (Crimea's) reunification (with Russia) was illegitimate," she told the BFM TV network on Tuesday. "A referendum was organized, and residents of Crimea voted to join Russia. I see no grounds whatsoever to question this referendum."
German authorities should react to a march by Ukrainian nationalists in Kiev to honor Nazi collaborator Stepan Bandera, member of the Russian parliament's upper house Alexei Pushkov said Monday.
Russian president Vladimir Putin’s trust among Russians continues to surge, as the public’s approval rating of his performance soared to a record-high this year of 86.8%, a poll conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center showed.
According to the survey carried out on December 24-25, trust for the Russian leader has reached 62.1%, compared with 59.2% on December 10-11.
Moscow urges Kiev to prevent commercial blockade of Donbass. Russia is calling on the Ukrainian authorities not take cue from the Ukrainian "veterans" of war in Donbass favoring the commercial blockade of that region, Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said on Wednesday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has “confirmed evidence” that the US-led coalition is supporting Daesh and other terrorist groups in Syria. Erdogan's statement was heard just before when it was reported, that Russia and Turkey has agreed on Syria ceasefire plan.
A total of 13 bodies and numerous human remains have been found during the search operation after the Tu-154 plane of Russia’s Defense Ministry crashed in the Black Sea near Sochi, a source in the operation headquarters told TASS.
General Prosecutor of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko claims that Kiev will not obey the decision of the Moscow court, that recognized the events of 2014 in Ukrainian capital as a coup.