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Who is fueling hysteria around Charlie Hebdo?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

13. January 2015

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Who is fueling hysteria around Charlie Hebdo?

Along with the sweeping hysteria that has engulfed the world after the terrorist shooting at the editorial office of the prophane French magazine Charlie Hebdo, there is also a Nous ne sommes pas Charlie (“We Are Not Charlie”) movement that is now gaining ground in France: “In truth, who are the real suicide bombers in […]

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Donbass children begging Santa Claus for peace

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

29. December 2014

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Donbass children begging Santa Claus for peace

While we are enjoying the holidays and preparing to enter the New Year, thousands of former residents of Ukraine are still living in the refugee camps on the Russian territory unable to return to their homes destroyed during the “anti-terrorist operation” ongoing against Novorossia since April 2014. Despite the conditions at the camps proposed by […]

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Russian civilization at stake in Novorossia

By Rostislav ISCHENKO (Ukraine)

17. September 2014

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Russian civilization at stake in Novorossia

After the army of Novorossia launched a major offensive and began rapidly expanding the area under its control, it became clear to even the most skeptical observers that it was only a matter of time until the militia would inflict a decisive military victory over Kiev. But after Novorossia’s military victory in Ukraine, we will […]

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Who has shot down the Malaysian jet over Ukraine?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

18. July 2014

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Who has shot down the Malaysian jet over Ukraine?

On July 17, 2014 the madness of three-month-long Ukrainian military conflict in the East has brought the first shocking international consequence.  At 3.20PM GMT the Malaysian Airlines Boeing 777-200 jet flight #MH17 en route from Amsterdam to Kuala-Lumpur disappeared inside the Ukrainian airspace right above the area of intense military combat in Donetsk region and crushed […]

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Genocide in Novorossia and swan song of Ukrainian statehood

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

6. May 2014

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Genocide in Novorossia and swan song of Ukrainian statehood

The tragic events in Odessa, where neo-Nazi militants have burned alive at least 50 people, are already being called a new Khatyn. The parallels are so striking that this image instantly infiltrated the world’s consciousness. And the same perpetrators were responsible. The residents of Khatyn were incinerated by the 118th Nazi police battalion, made up […]

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Washington sanctioning Democracy and hailing Nazism

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

20. March 2014

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Washington sanctioning Democracy and hailing Nazism

Today US President Barack Obama has extended the sanctions against Russia, introduced earlier by an executive order declaring “a national emergency” in view of the “actions and policies of persons — including persons who have asserted governmental authority in the Crimean region without the authorization of the Government of Ukraine – that undermine democratic processes […]

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The Ukraine: Neo-Nazi criminal state looming in the centre of Europe

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

24. February 2014

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The Ukraine: Neo-Nazi criminal state looming in the centre of Europe

“There are many who do not know they are fascists but will find it out when the time comes.” Ernest Hemingway, For Whom the Bell Tolls After signing a void agreement on “crisis settlement” on Friday, the situation in the Ukraine has rapidly got out of control of its signatories and “witnesses”. No provisions of […]

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Sochi: bringing Olympic spirit back to the Games

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

1. February 2014

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Sochi: bringing Olympic spirit back to the Games

As the Olympic torch draws closer to Sochi, an international media campaign is in full swing, attempting to question Russia’s ability to provide a safe and tolerant environment for the athletes and guests of the Winter Olympics. Setting aside the issue of whether the complaints about Russia’s human rights record or the alleged terrorist threats […]

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Ukrainian Dream Comes True

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

23. December 2013

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Ukrainian Dream Comes True

The outcome of last week’s Russia-Ukraine talks in Moscow was predictably unexpected. Besides outstanding USD 15 billion – worth allocation of Russia’s National Welfare Funds in Ukrainian Eurobonds and drastic 33% cut of the Russian export gas prices that Moscow conceded to Kyiv, 14 other agreements provided legal framework for multi-billion joint industrial projects in […]

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The Ghouta chemical attack: Where are the missing children?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

20. September 2013

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The Ghouta chemical attack: Where are the missing children?

The UN Report published earlier this week on the alleged use of chemical weapons in the Ghouta area of Damascus on Aug. 21, 2013 has clarified many issues but left the key questions unanswered: who committed the attack and who are the victims? The UN inspection team led by Prof. Ake Sellstrom claims that they […]

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Who is Washington’s protégé for Syria?

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

16. September 2013

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Who is Washington’s protégé for Syria?

Despite the breakthrough agreement on the Syrian peace process reached in Geneva between Russian and American Foreign Ministers, the US administration did not give up its plans to oust President Assad and is still supporting the militants in Syria. Speaking in Paris today after the talks with French, British, Turkish and Saudi counterparts, SS John […]

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U.S. Military Intelligence Involved in Chemical Attack in Syria

By ORIENTAL REVIEW

3. September 2013

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U.S. Military Intelligence Involved in Chemical Attack in Syria

The situation in Syria is still in focus of the world media. Another U.S.-led “humanitarian intervention” may be unleashed soon. The Pentagon announced that it is ready to attack Syria in order to punish Bashar al-Assad and Syrian army for the alleged use of chemical weapons against the civilians. Meanwhile, the new evidence of the […]

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