English platform linked to Russian Military, MH17 disinformation campaign

Members of the Russian secret service are controlling English-language media platform Bonanza Media, international research collective Bellingcat reported on Thursday. Emails intercepted by hackers show that the platform exists solely to spread disinformation, mostly about the downing of flight MH17 over eastern Ukraine in 2014, according to Bellingcat.  Dutch blogger Max van der Werff and Russian […]

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Australia calls on Russia to return immediately to MH17 talks

“The Australian Government is deeply disappointed by Russia’s decision to withdraw from the trilateral talks with the Netherlands regarding its role in the downing of MH17 on 17 July 2014. We urge Russia to return immediately to the talks,” Foreign Minister of Australia Maris Payne stated. Australia remains committed to pursuing truth, justice and accountability […]

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Russia created 260 fakes about the MH17 crash

Russian propaganda has launched 260 different fakes about the terrorist attack since the Russian military shot down MH17 flight. Such data were published by European analysts on the EUvsDisinfo website. “For six years, a continuous pro-Kremlin disinformation campaign aimed at concealing the Kremlin’s responsibility for this tragedy has been conducted. However, as more and more […]

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Kremlin always denies its guilt

In Vladimir Putin’s Kremlin, lying — willfully, methodically, shamelessly — is the default response to any accusations of wrongdoing. Russia did not meddle in American elections. Accusations of systematic Olympic doping are malicious foreign inventions. The Novichok nerve agent killers in Salisbury, were there only to admire the cathedral’s spire. Russia has nothing to do […]

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The Netherlands will force Russia to pay for MH17

The Dutch government is taking Russia to the European Court of Human Rights over the downing nearly six years ago of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over eastern Ukraine, reports The New York Times. The Netherlands, home to roughly two-thirds of the victims, made the move to provide “maximum support” to individual cases brought to the […]

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