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« on: May 27, 2014, 04:00:45 PM »

STOP Oligarchs killing Dissident People in Military attacks against E.-Ukraine Russian-speaking population!

Whoever among EU Politcianscurrently gathering in Brusells does really care about Europe's Future , elementary Moral  Values, and Humanity, must act urgently to Stop the Bloody Killing of Dissident People - even Civilians - who try to protect theur Home Cities from Military Attacks by the Oligarchs Multi-Millionaires who seized power at Kiev and elsewhere inside the Country in controversial circumstances, refusing real Dialogue, compromise with -and/or tolerance of the opposition.

Otherwise they will bear Heavy Responsibilities vis a vis History, and EU Citizens will never forget this, but will Sanction politically, in one way or another, sooner or later, all those responsible for such Inhuman Bloodshed in Europe, for provoking growing  Tension, Division, Monstruous Crimes and Risks of War, and for Killing the Europen Dream.


Mayor says 40 people killed in eastern Ukraine

Associated Press By PETER LEONARD

1 hour ago

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DONETSK, Ukraine (AP) — The eastern city of Donetsk was in turmoil Tuesday a day after Government Forces used Fighter Jets to stop pro-Russia separatists from taking over the airport.

The mayor said 40 People were Killed and went on television to urge residents to stay at home.

The city of 1 million was engulfed by fighting Monday when rebels moved to seize the airport, Ukraine's second largest. They were repelled by government forces using Combat Jets, and Helicopter Gunships.

Associated Press journalists witnessed intensive gun fire throughout the day and into the night. Plumes of black smoke rose into the air and officials shut down Donetsk airport and nearby streets to traffic amid the fighting.

Donetsk mayor Oleksandr Lukyanchenko was quoted by the local news portal Ostrovas saying that 40 People, including two Civilians, were Killed in Monday's fighting.

The Bodies of about 30 insurgents were brought Tuesday to a hospital morgue in Donetsk, said Leonid Baranov of the separatist Donetsk People's Republic, who was at the Kalinin morgue.

The fighters had been Wounded and were being Tansported to a Hospital in a Truck,  when it was Shot up by Government Forces, Baranov said.

He said other fighters also were killed, but their bodies had not been recovered because they were in areas under government control.

He said Hundreds were Wounded in the fighting as well.

AP journalists saw many dead bodies piled up at the Kalinin morgue ....

The Battles came as Billionaire candy Magnate Petro Poroshenko claimed victory in Sunday's presidential vote, which authorities in the capital of Kiev had hoped would unify the deeply divided nation. Poroshenko, who is yet to be sworn in, has vowed to negotiate a peaceful end to the insurgency in the east, but also has called the separatists "Somali pirates"

and promised he would stop them from sowing more chaos.

Early Tuesday, unidentified men stormed Donetsk's main ice hockey arena and set it ablaze, according to the mayor's office. The arena, owned by a local Ukrainian lawmaker, was to host the 2015 world championships.

By Tuesday morning, the Donetsk airport was under full government control, Ukraine's acting Interior Minister Arsen Avakov said, adding that dozens of insurgents may have been killed in the fighting, but government forces did not suffer any casualties.


The interim government in Kiev has pledged to press ahead with the operation against insurgents, which has angered local residents, many of whom see the government as nationalists bent on repressing Russian speakers in the east.

Speaking at a televised government session on Tuesday, Vitaly Yarema, a deputy prime minister, said the "anti-terrorist operation" in eastern Ukraine will go on "until all the militants are annihilated." (sic !)

In Moscow, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov voiced strong concern Tuesday about the interim authorities' decision to intensify the military operation in the east, and called for an immediate end to fighting.

Poroshenko, known for his pragmatism, supports building strong ties with Europe but also has stressed the importance of mending relations with Moscow. Upon claiming victory, he said his first step as president would be to visit the troubled east. He said he hoped Russia would support his efforts to bring stability, and that he wanted to hold talks with Moscow.

Lavrov welcomed Poroshenko's promise to negotiate with people in the east and said Moscow was ready for direct talks with Poroshenko.

He also pointedly said Russia doesn't want the United States and the European Union as mediators. But Ukraine's acting Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Ukraine has no intention of talking to Russia directly.

"The government's stance is unchanged: bilateral talks without the presence of the United States and the European Union do not seem possible under current conditions," he said.

Moscow has denied accusations by the authorities in Kiev and the West that it has fomented the insurgency in eastern Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin annexed the Ukrainian Black Sea peninsula of Crimea in March, but has stonewalled the eastern insurgents' appeal to join Russia.

Putin has also welcomed the Ukrainian presidential election in an apparent bid to de-escalate tensions with the West, which hit his inner circle with sanctions for the annexation of Crimea.

Russia has kept pushing for Ukraine to decentralize its government, which would give more power to the regions, including those in the east, .....

Nataliya Vasilyeva and Laura Mills in Kiev, Ukraine and Vladimir Isachenkov in Moscow contributed to this report.

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Casualties in Donetsk clashes may reach 100 people
World  May 27, 13:50 UTC+4

Denis Pushilin added that there were up to 50 civilians among the victims

People wait in line to donate blood to the wounded at a hospital in Donetsk

© ITAR-TASS/Konstantin Sazonchik

DONETSK, May 27. /ITAR-TASS/. Fatalities may reach 100 people in a punitive operation active stage of which Ukrainian law enforcement agencies started in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk on Monday. Chairman of the Supreme Council presidium of the Donetsk People’s Republic Denis Pushilin reported this to ITAR-TASS on Tuesday.
Denis Pushilin added that there were up to 50 civilians among the victims.

“At present, it is known that more than 50 militiamen have been killed. In addition, according to preliminary reports, from 20 up to 50 civilians died,” he said.

Pushilin has noted that until now “it is impossible to take away the bodies of all the victims, because snipers are shooting at everyone who attempts to approach them”.

Earlier, Donetsk mayor Alexander Lukyanchenko has confirmed that at least 40 people were killed in a military operation carried out by the Ukrainian security forces in the city. He said that all of them died in combat near the city’s airport.

Parliament-appointed Minister of Interior Affairs Arsen Avakov has confirmed that “dozens of people” died in the special raid.

Leader of the DNR: self-defence units bring down 2 helicopters of Ukraine’s Armed Forces

Clashes in the area of the Sergei Prokofyev international airport in Donetsk started Monday morning.

Ukrainian armed forces used storming aviation, in particular, fighter planes and combat helicopters.

Fighting near the airport continued the whole day through and the following night as well.

Denis Pushilin said in an interview with the Rossiya-24 TV channel that people’s militia forces managed to shoot down two helicopters of the Ukrainian armed forces and take control over the airport’s building.

Several hours ago near the Putilovskiy bridge and local military enlistment office fierce fighting between militiamen and servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard took place. An ITAR-TASS journalist reported from the spot of the events that the area of combat actions was cordoned by the police, but law enforcement officers were avoiding actions since they were armed only with service guns instead of automatic weapons.

According to the press service of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic, the situation in the city is currently calm.

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« Last Edit: May 27, 2014, 07:30:39 PM by Horizon » Logged
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« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2014, 07:15:55 AM »


There are also European Union's Journalists, f.ex. from Italy, France, etc. who have just been Killed or seriously Wounded by the Military Attacks of Kiev's Army and militia against Dissident People of Sloviansk, etc.

 See, f.ex., here, at :,712.0.html +,712.msg907.html#msg907
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« Reply #2 on: June 04, 2014, 05:47:00 AM »

In fact, it's becoming awful, and much Worse !

(to the point that YouTube and others started to CENSOR and/or BLOCK INTERNET ACCESS to Documented News about the Victims atrociouslly Wounded and/or killed during Kiev's Military Attacks against Dissident Regions, such as Luhansk, etc. :
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« Reply #3 on: June 08, 2014, 04:45:41 AM »

In fact, it's becoming awful, and much Worse !

(to the point that YouTube and others started to CENSOR and/or BLOCK INTERNET ACCESS to Documented News about the Victims atrociouslly Wounded and/or killed during Kiev's Military Attacks against Dissident Regions, such as Luhansk, etc. :


At least a part of it, remains elsewhere. F.ex. :

No comment....

... just "music" :

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« Reply #4 on: June 09, 2014, 02:52:38 PM »

+ f.ex. :

Slaviansk's Inhabited areas Bombarded by Kiev's Military AirStrikes : (6 June 2014) :

=> + (8 June 2014),

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« Reply #5 on: June 17, 2014, 12:47:27 AM »


+ More BOMBS are thrown, during these Hours, even overNIGHT by Kiev's current rulers' Military Airplanes over the head of Civilian areas a Slavyansk :

and that's during DayLight :

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