Category: News


  • Donbas: Battle in east Ukraine expected to be bloody and decisive

    Donbas: Battle in east Ukraine expected to be bloody and decisive

    Ukraine’s artillery is, so far, also proving effective. We did not see long lines of artillery, but instead a small mobile unit ready to move at a moment’s notice. While the Russians have a bigger army, Ukraine’s forces rely on well prepared defences and mobility.

  • Hidden wealth of one of Putin’s ‘inner circle’ revealed

    Hidden wealth of one of Putin’s ‘inner circle’ revealed

    Following the successful launch of Mr Kerimov’s company Polyus Gold – Russia’s largest producer of gold – on the London stock exchange in 2007, One Cornwall Terrace benefitted from a lavish restoration. The work carried out between 2008 to 2013 was a bonanza for London’s architects, interior designers, and landscape gardeners.

  • Ukraine war: Disbelief and horror after Krematorsk train station attack

    Ukraine war: Disbelief and horror after Krematorsk train station attack

    Surgeon Victor Borisovich said six people died before they had a chance to operate. Another two died after surgery – including a young child. Victor says many were life-threatening injuries, which he lists as “amputations, torn limbs, torn feet, stomach wounds and brain injuries”. He tells me he has no doubt that the injuries and […]

  • Inside Chernobyl: We stole Russian fuel to prevent catastrophe

    Inside Chernobyl: We stole Russian fuel to prevent catastrophe

    Down in the basement of the main building, are dormitory style rooms which have been completely ransacked. The floor is littered with rugs, mattresses, clothes, shoes and other personal belongings of the Ukrainian national guard who were held there. Officials at Chernobyl say Russian soldiers looted what they could when they left, and they also […]

  • ‘Mariupol is a graveyard’: Evacuees recount terror of Russian assault

    ‘Mariupol is a graveyard’: Evacuees recount terror of Russian assault

    Civilians who have managed to flee Mariupol in recent days have described the increasingly desperate situation inside the besieged city, including accounts of bodies buried in shallow graves, looting by Chechen fighters, and starving residents being killed when they venture out of shelters to find water.

  • Ukraine War: ‘Russian soldiers held us as human shields’

    Ukraine War: ‘Russian soldiers held us as human shields’

    Now the Russians have pulled out of this area, it is slowly being reconnected to the rest of the country. While we were there, the Ukrainian army fixed a temporary bridge over a river on the road to the capital, next to the ruins of one the Russians blew up as they were retreating to […]

  • Ukraine War: Putin’s daughters targeted by US sanctions

    Ukraine War: Putin’s daughters targeted by US sanctions

    “We have reason to believe that Putin, and many of his cronies, and the oligarchs, hide their wealth, hide their assets, with family members that place their assets and their wealth in the US financial system, and also many other parts of the world,” the official said.

  • Bucha killings: Satellite image of bodies site contradicts Russian claims

    Bucha killings: Satellite image of bodies site contradicts Russian claims

    The image from 19 March, first reported by the New York Times and confirmed by the BBC, directly contradicts Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov’s claim that footage of bodies in Bucha, that has emerged in recent days, was “staged” after the Russians withdrew.

  • US to seek more sanctions on ‘war criminal’ Putin

    US to seek more sanctions on ‘war criminal’ Putin

    US President Joe Biden spoke out against Russian President Putin, accusing him of allowing war crimes in Bucha. ‘This guy is brutal,’ Biden said. He said the world needs to gather more details about the atrocities in Bucha, and that he is seeking even more sanctions against the Kremlin.

  • Ukraine war: Bucha street littered with burned-out tanks and corpses

    Ukraine war: Bucha street littered with burned-out tanks and corpses

    Young conscripts ran away, begging, local people said, not to be turned over to Ukrainian territorial defence. A man of around 70 who called himself uncle Hrysha, said: “I felt sorry for them. They were so young, 18 to 20, with their whole lives ahead of them.”

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com