Russia's Investigative Committee obtained evidence to prove the use of tactical missile complexes Tochka-U by Ukrainian Armed Forces against the civilian population of Donbass. The use of Tochka-U systems was reported in several settlements of the People's Republic of Luhansk
The commander of Somali battalion of the Armed Forces of the People's Republic of Donetsk, Mikhail Tolstykh, better known for his nom de guerre Givi, was killed in a terrorist attack in Donetsk. Givi was killed in an explosion that occurred in his office.
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko continues claiming that the Ukrainian Armed Forces defend the country against the "Russian aggression." However, the real state of affairs in the east of Ukraine differs a lot from what Poroshenko says. Moreover, it is his own subordinates, who refute Poroshenko's official statements
The situation in the Donbas has deteriorated sharply. Ukrainian security forces struck powerful artillery blows on the positions of the armed forces of Novorossiya. Forty percent of local residents remain devoted to the Russian world, but more than a half others are ready to return to Ukraine just to be able to live without any war
US intelligence investigates the ability of state structures of Russia and China to survive a nuclear attack. The analysis is being conducted at the request from US Congress over concerns because of the growing military power of China and intentions of Russian President Vladimir Putin
China has deployed state-of-the-art intercontinental ballistic missiles DF-41 in the province of Heilongjiang, which borders on Russia. A total of three missile brigades are to be deployed. The range of the missiles reaches up to 14,000 kilometers. The Chinese ICBMs are designed to strike targets in the United States
ussia has become a constant factor in the Middle East. When Russian troops started entering Syria, not everyone could understand that Russia was coming to the Middle East not only for the purpose to help the Assad regime. At the same time, many believed that it would not be possible to regulate the crisis in Syria without Russia
Having analyzed the content of the flight recorders of the Tu-154 passenger aircraft that crashed in the Black Sea soon after takeoff on December 25, 2016, experts unveiled the cause of the crash. the Russian Federal Security Service found an eyewitness to the tragedy, who said that the crew was supposedly trying to land the aircraft on water
There were no traces of fire or explosion found on either the bodies or fragments of the aircraft. At the same time, a terrorist act in the form of a mechanical impact on board the aircraft could be possible. Specialists have already started analysing the recovered wreckage of the aircraft
Russia's Ministry for Transportation does not consider a terrorist attack to be one of the versions that led to the crash of the Tu-154 passenger airliner of the Russian Defence Ministry in the Black Sea on December 25. For the time being, we know that the weather was fine, the pilots were experienced, and the aircraft was technically sound
Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoygu said during a ministerial meeting that Russia eliminated 35,000 militants during operations conducted by the Russian Air Force in Syria. The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution on 21 December to set up a mechanism to conduct investigations into incidents of war crimes in Syria
State Department spokesman John Kirby said during a regular press briefing in Washington that the United States was not losing its leadership in the regulation of the Syrian crisis at the time when Moscow, Tehran and Ankara were making the same steps in this direction
Palmyra was seized by Islamic State terrorists again on December 11. Up to 4,000 terrorists arrived from Raqqa to take the ancient Syrian city. The Syrian troops are trying to liberate the city again. Why was Palmyra seized again? Was it Russia or Syria that made a mistake?