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Sunday, 25 December 2016

25 December 2016. Sputnik International Infographic: Crash of Minoborony Rossii Tu-154 Near Sochi



On 25 December 25, a Minoborony Rossii Tu-154 with 92 people on board crashed into the Black Sea enroute to Syria shortly after refuelling at the resort city of Adler. Most of the passengers were members of the Aleksandrov Ensemble, who were travelling from Moscow to Hmeymim Airbase in Syria to take part in New Year celebrations. The plane’s passenger list also included Anton Gubankov, the chief of the Directorate of Culture of the Minoborony Rossii, and prominent humanitarian activist Yelizaveta Glinka, the head of Spravedlivaya Pomoshch (Fair Aid). Pervy Kanal,  NTV and Zvezda broadcasters confirmed that their journalists were also among the aircraft’s passengers of the aircraft.

25 December 2016

Sputnik International



BREAKING NEWS The Tragedy Deepens… Dr Liza May Be Amongst Victims of Sochi Plane Crash



Read this. Dr Liza (Ye P Glinka) was a wonderful and caring human being, in the mould of the famous Dr L M Roshal. If this is so, it’s a grievous loss to humanity, the Rodina, and to all sick people everywhere. Yelizaveta Petrovna was carrying medical aid to the suffering in Syria. God willing… let it be an accident. The Anglos ARE capable of murder…

Вечная и светлая память


Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Dr Liza Gave DNR and LNR 800 Kilos of Blood Transfusion Reagents

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Today, Dr Ye P Glinka (commonly known as “Dr Liza”), a member of the RF Presidential Council for Civil Society Institutions and Human Rights, announced:

We gave 800 kilos of blood transfusion reagents to health facilities in the DNR and LNR.

Previously, the humanitarian organisation Справедливая помощь (Spravedlivaya Pomoshch: Fair Aid) repeatedly delivered medical supplies to the DNR and LNR. In particular, in early November, Dr Liza took albumin and antibiotics to the DNR to treat a boy seriously injured in the terakt* at the Torez polygon*.

30 December 2015

DAN Donetsk News Agency


  • Terakt: Russian acronym for “terrorist action”
  • Polygon: Russian colloquialism for a military base, due to polygonal concrete blocks on the drill ground and airfields

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