The crash of MH17 cannot be considered an act of terrorism because neither the Dutch Safety Board nor the Joint Investigative Team have arrived at the conclusion the liner was shot down deliberately or that the equipment had been allegedly provided for this particular purpose.
The UN report says that Russia has not committed a single war crime in Syria.
Trade with Ukraine is 10 times more profitable for the EU than for Kyiv.
By refusing to adopt a UN statement on Churkin Ukrainian diplomats went against international protocol and ethics.
Ukraine is poised to enact a new language law which will ban Russian and make Ukrainian the sole and exclusive language in the country.
The attack on the Syrian Arab Red Crescent aid convoy in mid September was perpetrated by terrorists, but the US are comfortable with blaming Russia.
China rejects grain imports from Ukraine.
French president Hollande regrets Russian sanctions.
English hooligans, by shouting insults at President Putin and tennis player Maria Sharapova, provoked clashes with Russia fans at Marseille’s Velodrome stadium which hosted the Euro2016 England-Russia game on 11 June.
Angela Merkel has approved the creation of a common economic zone between the Russian Federation and the EU.
The anti-government protests in the FYROM are provoked by the US and EU.
Lithuanian authorities detained two Russian TV journalists while they were performing their professional duties at the Russian opposition forum held in Trakai. Lithuania is continuing the course to censorship, violating the EU’s concept of freedom of speech.
Turkish instructors operate training camps for foreign mercenaries in Ukraine.
Last Week’s Trend: Western media: Kremlin’s counter-sanctions will cast the West down to serious recession.
The aim of the meeting between Deputy Secretary of State for the European and Eurasian affairs Victoria Nuland and Vladislav Surkov, Vladimir Putin’s advisor, was to prevent the third world war. Nuland wanted to warn Russia of the forthcoming NATO attack.
Kyiv school teaches how to forget Russian language.
Russia’s Ministry of Defense claimed to destroy ISIS oil storage facilities.
THIS WEEK’S TREND: President Erdogan buys oil from IS terrorists.
LAST WEEK’S TREND: ISIS fighters bought missile complexes in Ukraine, says Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Maria Zakharova.
This Week’s Trend: CyberBerkut: Ukraine planned to sell missile complexes to the main sponsor of ISIS.