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Thursday, 6 February 2014

6 February 2014. RIA-Novosti Infographics. Winter Olympics: Facts and Figures

00 RIA-Novosti Infographics. Winter Olympics. Facts and Figures. 2014

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85 countries will take part in the Winter Olympics in Sochi. About 3,000 athletes will compete for 98 sets of medals.

29 January 2014

RIA-Novosti

http://en.ria.ru/sochi2014_mm/20140129/187022215/Winter-Olympics-Facts-and-Figures.html

 

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Oppo Activist Lies About Berkut Abduction… KPU Proposes Dissolving Oblast Soviets in the West… Oppos Don’t Know How to Work in Rada… Genprokuratura to Bring Cases if Offices Not Vacated… Oppo Thugs Vandalise Restaurants and Beat Up People

00 Riots in Kiev. 06.02.14

Here are the PEACEFUL demonstrators beloved of the EU and the USA… mark it down well

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00 Riots in Kiev 02. 06.02.14

Note the similarities between the insignia of these Svoboda slimeballs and neo-Nazi extremists

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Editor’s Note:

Read this through to see what kind of scumballs the West supports. The Republicans have MUCHO money for Langley provocations… they have NONE for unemployed Americans. Let God see and judge… such EVIL is beyond words…

BMD

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On Wednesday, the MVDU website reported that the Euromaidan activist who claimed that Berkut spetsnaz troops abducted her admitted that she lied about the incident, as she received pay for doing so. On 24 January, media reports surfaced that cops allegedly kidnapped Maidan medical volunteer Aleksandra Khailak after a document check at the Kiev railway station. The investigation found that the 19-year-old “victim” wasn’t at the station or at the Euromaidan. The report said, “Subsequently, the supposed victim admitted to law enforcement that they made a false report to the media at the request of a stranger named Andrei. He promised to pay her 500 gryvnia (2,090 Roubles. 60 USD. 66 CAD. 67 AUD. 45 Euros. 37 UK Pounds) if she made on-camera claims using the information that he’d give her. Following this, hromadske.tv broke the story about the activist’s abduction”. She never received the money as her interlocutor disappeared without paying her. The authorities noted that the complainant had two convictions for theft.

5 February 2014

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KPU leader Pyotr Simonenko, speaking in the Rada, said that the Communists proposed dissolving oblast soviets in the Western Ukraine. Previously, Rada People’s Deputy Nikolai Tomenko, from the oppositionist all-Ukrainian Fatherland Front, demanded that the state dissolve the Supreme Soviet of the Autonomous Republic of the Crimea, as it doesn’t support the Euromaidan protest and that it intends to seek help from Russia. Simonenko countered, “As for the speeches about the activities of the Crimean soviet, firstly, we must begin with dissolving the oblast soviets in Lvov, Ivano-Frankovsk, Ternopol, Rovno, Lutsk, and in Volyn, for they refuse to follow Ukrainian law, they create militias, prohibit tax collection, and commit many other crimes. We must stop the bloody struggle for the presidency”. In addition, Simonenko said that the country must hold an all-Ukrainian referendum on limiting the powers of the President of the Ukraine and defining the Ukraine as a federal republic.

5 February 2014

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Aleksandr Yefremov, the head of the Party of Regions faction in the Rada, expressed the view that Ukrainian oppositionists are unable to do real work in the Rada. On Wednesday, the Rada failed to approve even an agenda for the seventh session. During the meeting, too few deputies voted in favour of the draft. Yefremov told reporters, “After the meeting, I went to Rybak (Chairman of the Rada) and told him that there’s no single coördinator for the oppositionist factions. What are they doing and where do they want to go? They just argue in the chamber; we don’t have any real written proposals, all they have is meaningless words signifying nothing. This has been going on all during the Maidan, it’s gone on for the past six months, and when the Rada tries to take up new work. I’ve concluded that it’s more and more clear that these people are unable to do real legislative work. They don’t how to work in a parliamentary fashion; all that they know are the methods of street protests”.

5 February 2014

Andrei Malyshkin

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On Wednesday, General Procurator of the Ukraine Viktor Pshonka said that the authorities would bring criminal cases against protestors in court by 17 February if radicals won’t evacuate government offices. Last Friday, Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich approved an amnesty passed by the Rada of rioters, except for those who committed heinous crimes. The Genprokuratura Ukrainy quoted Pshonka, “If by 17 February the subjects don’t meet the conditions prescribed in the law, then, law enforcement agencies, investigators, the Prokuratura, and judges will act within the powers granted by the Ukrainian Criminal Code and the Ukrainian Criminal Procedure Code. Investigations will begin, leading to criminal proceedings, with indictments sent to the courts, and all actions will go ahead applying the principle of adversarial proceedings, leading to a final court decision”. Pshonka emphasised that he was talking about full compliance with the law, not a partial evasion. Today, administrative offices in six oblasts remain occupied by radical activists.

5 February 2014

Yaroslava Krivtsun

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On Thursday, the MVDU reported that unidentified masked intruders smashed two restaurants in Kiev. MVDU spokesman Olga Bilyk stated that thugs attacked the Mai Tai Lounge, which is in Goloseyevo Raion. According to the eyewitnesses, a group of more than 30 masked men with bats broke in and smashed windows in the restaurant, leaving graffiti reading, “Nation for the revolution.” Bilyk said, “In fact, what happened is liable under Article 194 of the UKU (intentional destruction or damage of property, causing damage on a large-scale); an investigation is underway”. In addition, unknown thugs damaged the restaurant O’Panas in Shevchenko Raion. Shevchenko Raion MVDU spokesman Nataliya Kalinovskaya reported that a group of 50-60 people in masks smashed in the windows and doors with bats, leaving graffiti like that found in the Mai Tai Lounge. Charges are pending under Article 296 Section 2 of the UKU (hooliganism).

6 February 2014

Yaroslava Krivtsun

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The MVDU reported that unidentified masked men with bats beat people assembled at a computer club located near the Maidan in Kiev. Doctors at Kiev City Clinical Hospital No 7 treated two people (born 1990 and 1987) for “trauma to the chest”, “closed head injury”, “head injuries”, “forearm laceration”, and “fracture of the nose”. The MVDU said, “Law enforcement officers found that at about 05.00 (07.00 MSK) unknown masked intruders dressed in camouflage went to the computer club and began to strike at those there with bats”.

6 February 2014

Yaroslava Krivtsun

RIA-Novosti

http://ria.ru/world/20140205/993182798.html

http://ria.ru/world/20140205/993223236.html

http://ria.ru/world/20140205/993224549.html

http://ria.ru/world/20140205/993285762.html

http://ria.ru/world/20140206/993384929.html

http://ria.ru/world/20140206/993405109.html

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