Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 has crashed in Eastern Ukraine while travelling from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur. Carrying 298 people the plane’s reason for crashing is yet unknown, amid fears it may have been shot down. Advertisements
Pro-Russian separatists have killed 23 servicemen and injured over 100 others after the rebels launched a missile attack on an army motorised brigade, bringing about the darkest hour in the Ukrainian Conflict after the military ended a unilateral ceasefire on 30 June.
Petro Poroshenko has announced that the Ukrainian troops will honour the agreed ceasefire despite another fatal attack by pro-Russian rebels. The rebels claimed the lives of nine Ukrainian troops when a transport helicopter was shot down near the rebel-controlled town… Read More ›
Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko has claimed that pro-Russian separatists in Eastern Ukraine had violated a previously agreed week-long ceasefire between Ukrainian forces and rebels, intended to last until 27 June. The Ukrainian government are also claiming a soldier has been… Read More ›