U.S. pResident Barack Obama replaced the Ukrainian Government in late February 2014, and he has achieved a lot there, most especially by means of the civil war that resulted when he tried to exterminate the people who had voted for the previous [NO EUROPEAN UNION] Ukrainian leader – the man whom [Rothschild's] Obama overthrew.
Obama installed in that coup an anti-Russian [Pro European Union] Ukrainian Government, and so he now needed to get rid of Ukraine’s pro-Russian [Sovereign] voters, who were the residents in Ukraine’s southeast, especially in Ukraine’s Donbass region.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the relatives of the victims must know the truth!
NEW YORK, September 26 (RIA Novosti) – Moscow will strongly demand an open and independent investigation into the case of mass graves, recently discovered in eastern Ukraine’s conflict-torn Donetsk Region, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said Friday.
“The last OSCE [Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe] report which was presented in Vienna, confirmed that they were civilians, they were shot at point-blank range, and they could have been abused prior to it. We are very concerned by all this. We cannot accuse anyone as there are no results of the investigation yet, but strongly demand an investigation, an open and independent one,” Lavrov told reporters at the UN.
We live in a world that is becoming increasingly unstable, and the potential for an event that could cause “sudden change” to the U.S. economy is greater than ever.
There are dozens of potentially massive threats that could easily push the U.S. economy over the edge during the next 12 months. A war in the Middle East, a financial collapse in Europe, a major derivatives crisis or a horrific natural disaster could all change our economic situation very rapidly.
Survivors of German victims of Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 downed over Ukraine plan to sue the country and its president for manslaughter by negligence in 298 cases, the lawyer representing them said on Sunday.
Professor of aviation law Elmar Giemulla, who is representing three families of German victims, said that under international law Ukraine should have closed its air space if it could not guarantee the safety of flights.
“Each state is responsible for the security of its air space,” Giemulla said in a statement emailed to Reuters. “If it is not able to do so temporarily, it must close its air space. As that did not happen, Ukraine is liable for the damage.”