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TV propaganda. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Fear and hatred: how propaganda persuade with emotion

Modern Russian propaganda, unlike Marxism-Leninism, does not have to maintain logical consistency, and is in fact often internally contradictory.
Russians in Ukraine. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Russia amassing troops near Ukrainian Mariupol and Kharkiv

Deputy Commander of the Ukrainian Joint Forces Operation Major-General Bogdan Bondar said that Russia is amassing troops along the Ukrainian-Russian border near Mariupol and Kharkiv.

Putin doubles-down on his invasion of Europe in Ukraine

The Western press pays no attention to what Russia’s army invading Europe is doing in Donbas and Crimea. Once Putin is allowed to shoot Europeans he will never stop – until he is stopped.
An-124-100. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Ukrainian court issues arrest warrant for five Russian Ruslan aircraft

The aircraft were arrested at the request of the Ukrainian Antonov Concern, which claims that the airworthiness of the aircraft was renewed with a violation.
Russian OSCE observer Nikolai Alekseev calls for killing Ukrainians

Russian OSCE observer Nikolai Alekseev calls for killing Ukrainians

The OSCE SMM in Donbas stated it assumed measures toward its worker, citizen of Russia Nikolai Alekseev who was caught in anti-Ukrainian statements on social networks.
Putin liar. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Putin’s lies on Austrian TV debunked

In interview to Armin Wolf, the news anchor of Austrian ORF television channel. In his usual manner, Putin dodged uncomfortable questions, manipulated facts and lied.
Tsar. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Anti-Semitic Anniversary in Russia

The Russian Orthodox Church asked that federal investigators to answer questions as to whether the killing of Tsar Nicholas II had been a Jewish, cabalistic ritual murder.
MiG-31. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

MiG-31 aircraft crashed in Russia

MiG-31 supersonic interceptor crashed in the Nizhny Novgorod near the town of Kulebaki, on Wednesday.
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Putlerjugend: “We will return Alaska”

We will save our Sevastopol and Crimea (Ukraine), for the sake of our descendants. And we will return Alaska (USA) to the haven of the motherland (Russia).
Infowar. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Moscow’s information war against Ukraine: the Western and the Ukrainian fronts

Ukraine has no protection or almost no protection at the battlefront of this information war. Volunteers with wooden shields resist the professional Russian propaganda machine.
Crimean Tatar. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Imagine being deported and killed

On May 18, 1944 the Soviet government began the deportation of the Crimean Tatars. Almost 200,000 people were deported from Crimea to Uzbekistan.
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Top-5 Russian propaganda methods

State-controlled Russian TV creates a centralized, easily manageable environment, used by the Kremlin to set and promote informational agenda it deems favorable.
Russians in Ukraine. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

Russian flags in Luhansk: Putin’s invasion laid bare

The pretence of “separatists” or “pro-Russian rebels” has been abandoned. Crimea and part of Donbas are the same: temporarily occupied territory, occupied by Russian Federation.
Prison. Kiev reporter. News from Ukraine

120 Ukrainian citizens held captive in Russian prisons

120 citizens of Ukraine are in custody in Russia and the Russian terroristic so-called Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics (DPR and LPR).

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