UKRAINE’S far-right regime shelled the anti-fascist-held city of Donetsk yesterday, killing several civilians.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova reported the deaths, while anti-fascist militia said a British photographer had been wounded in the eye by shelling...
Saturday 4th Feb 2017
posted by Morning Star in World
THE Ukrainian coup regime shelled the capital of the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) yesterday, injuring two miners on their way to work.
After the fighting broke out on Monday, a Russian presidential spokesman blamed Kiev’s far-right militias for trying to seize territory...
Thursday 2nd Feb 2017
posted by James Tweedie in World
HUNDREDS of coalminers had to be rescued in Ukraine’s eastern Donbass region yesterday after Kiev-regime shelling cut power overnight.
Three government soldiers and four anti-fascist Donbass militia were killed along with one civilian in the clashes in the self-proclaimed Donetsk...
Wednesday 1st Feb 2017
A MONUMENT to the victims of a World War II massacre by Ukrainian nazis has been blown up.
Police in the Lviv region of western Ukraine said in a statement yesterday that vandals had destroyed a stone cross in Huta Penyatska.
It had been put up in 2005 to commemorate the Polish...
Wednesday 11th Jan 2017
UKRAINIAN fascists have broke into and defiled a synagogue in Uman, a city in the centre of the country, leaving behind a pig’s head with a swastika carved into it.
The country’s Communist Party (KPU) said that the neonazis had stormed in on Wednesday night, shouted slurs...
Saturday 24th Dec 2016
How the EU and US promoted the rise of Ukraine’s neonazis, writes Tomasz Pierscionek
Friday 23rd Dec 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
THE Communist Party of Ukraine has accused the Kiev regime of denying it a right of appeal against decommunisation laws.
The party launched a court challenge to the legislation, passed in April last year by billionaire President Petro Poroshenko’s government, saying it breached...
Saturday 17th Dec 2016
A DUTCH court ruled yesterday that a trove of loaned Crimean antiquities must be sent to Ukraine rather than to the peninsula, now in practice part of Russia.
However, the Amsterdam court said the treasures should remain in storage in the city pending the outcome of a possible...
Thursday 15th Dec 2016
NATO secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg urged continued sanctions against Russia yesterday in a bid to prop up Ukraine’s crumbling regime.
Mr Stoltenberg spoke following a meeting with Nato foreign ministers and their counterpart from the Kiev coup regime.
Thursday 8th Dec 2016
UKRAINIAN neonazis marked the third anniversary of the Maidan Square riots on Thursday by ransacking a regional government office and robbing a petrol station.
Members of the fascist Azov Battalion stormed the offices in the capital city of Cherkasy in the region of the same name, an...
Saturday 3rd Dec 2016