Ukrainian Military Employs Handcrafted APCs1m15s

Ukrainian Military Employs Handcrafted APCs

Ukrainian forces build custom armored personnel carriers for use on the frontlines of the ongoing conflict. Shotlist The soldiers of the 11th Battalion fix their machinery themselves, improving it. Andrei demonstrates on one of the machines how it works. The soldiers show us how the machines work. Script Soundbite (Russian) Lieutenant Andreev, Commander of the 11th Battalion: The last time the subdivision was leaving Debaltseve and Chernukhino, we were offered a truck. These are the kinds of primordial machines our young lads have to use to protect and defend the sovereignty of our great nation. There! By utilizing their mental strength and energy they make these contraptions work so they can use them to go after those damn Muscovites who came here to steal what is ours.

Ukraine Front Lines - No Ceasefire, Minsk Agreement Failed14m08s

Ukraine Front Lines - No Ceasefire, Minsk Agreement Failed

Footage and interviews from Ukraine front lines. Despite a ceasefire brokered in Minsk between Russia and Ukraine and the pulling back of heavy artillery on both sides, warfare doesn't stop in eastern Ukraine. Russian proxies and regular army continue shelling at Ukrainian forces' positions on daily basis. In the meantime, UA president Poroshenko announced UA volunteer battalions withdrawal from the front lines in eastern Ukraine. Soldiers of the regular UA army fear this decision will turn to many death among UA soldiers that remain to serve there: "The enemy is strong and UA must ensure even stronger defense instead of withdrawal". The following three stories aim to highlight: 1) Who is really supports UA army; 2) What challenges UA soldiers face on the front lines; 3) Why UA soldiers think UA president Poroshenko's decision on "withdrawal" from the front lines is wrong We have heard and read a lot about volunteers providing food, medical supplies, and other essentials for the Ukrainian soldiers at the front. At the same time the General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and government officials have claimed that the government is doing its job in supplying the soldiers with everything they need. EMPR has decided to see for ourselves how things stand in regard to how well the soldiers in the battle zone in eastern Ukraine are being taken care of. In our search for the truth and to bring our readers a firsthand account our correspondent spent two days with a volunteer group in the Donetsk oblast. We want to share with our readers the remarkable, unique system the volunteers have worked out to provide aid to the patriots of Ukraine who with their strength of spirit, desire for justice and often with their own lives are defending our land from the Russian invaders. Meet the charitable organization "Mother's Watch" in Kyiv. Here volunteers collect aid for the Ukrainian soldiers. Here protective camouflage nets are made, bread and cakes and meat pies are baked, stuffed dumplings and meat balls are cooked, and soup and borshch ingredients are dehydrated. This is where our journey accompanying the volunteers from the "Association of Ukrainian Veterans of Afghanistan" begins. The group of veterans delivers the goods to the soldiers at the front. We leave Kyiv at night and by morning we arrive in Donetsk oblast. Our first stop is a small village where 11 divisions of a mechanized infantry battalion are based. Here we leave half of the goods. The battalion has been here for three months already. They are tired. And waiting for their rotation to end. Next we're off to the see the "Right Sector." Story #1 Music is in the air as volunteers from the organization "Mother's Watch" weave camouflage nets for the soldiers and sing their hearts out. Soon the vans arrive. Food, water, and other essentials are loaded into the vans. By the next morning the vans are at the front. They are unloaded and the goods are distributed among the soldiers. The soldiers tell us that if the volunteers did not bring them the supplies they need the army would not be able to keep going for more than two weeks. Story #2 The soldiers of the Ukrainian Army share with the volunteers all the ceasefire violations the opponent has committed, the problems within the army, and their thoughts on how and by whom Ukraine could be helped in the war against Russian aggression. Story #3 In February, 2015, Andrei Hrachev, a combat doctor with the 93 Battalion together with other soldiers addressed an appeal to the President of Ukraine in which they called on the president to bring order to the country, to get rid of corruption, and to fulfill the pre-election promises. The appeal was full of obscene language but it hit record highs in popularity. Andrei Hrachev became an Internet star. In March, 2015 Petro Poroshenko issued an order that the volunteer battalions Right Sector and OUN must either become a part of the Armed Forces of Ukraine or leave the battle zone. Here is Andrei Hrachev's response to the President's order. Shotlist 1) Ukrainian volunteers camouflage netting; 2) Packaging the aid before delivery to the front lines; 3) Volunteer vehicles at the front lines; 4) Front lines near Donetsk International airport; 5) Aid packages unloading and photo picturing the process of aid receiving by volunteer battalions; 6) One of handcrafted Ukrainian APCs made by Ukrainian volunteers. Script soundbite (Ukrainian) Vladimir, Sergeant (Code name "Fierce") from the 11th Division of the Mechanized Infantry Battalion: "Our country could be a leading country in Europe but for that to happen we have to get rid of all those old soviet values and morals. It's unfortunate that part of our population still pines for the way life was under the Soviet Union and want to see a return to those times. In their propaganda Russia takes advantage of the phenomenon. They say that back when we were part of the Soviet Union we had cheap goods and life was better. Empires are created and then they fall apart. Countries that are founded on the idea of nationhood live and thrive. That's just what I think. If only it could happen quickly but we understand that it is a painstaking process. If only corruption would vanish, if only our society was more developed and more decent. If only. I wish there was no crime. I wish the brightest, the best future for our children and grandchildren, the best in the world. I believe we will achieve that. Because look at what our people are capable of - it was they who have revitalized the army, it is thanks to the volunteers that the army has been able to stand up to the enemy. It is the volunteers who are still helping to fix and rebuild our military machinery; it is you who are equipping, dressing, and feeding us. It all comes from the goodness of people. So today's army really is a people's army. And attitudes - when I was wounded I saw so many people coming to my aid. It was never like this. I do think that what we are going through will ultimately forge a stronger people and a strong nation out of us. For sure! We do hope so. Glory to Ukraine! Glory to the heroes!" soundbite (Russian) Lieutenant Andreev, Commander of the Mechanized Infantry Battalion, Lieutenant Andreev: "At which locations have you fought?" "Last May I was in Sloviansk. I'm a volunteer fighter, I was part of the Lion's Sotnia on the Maidan. Eleven of us from the Maidan joined up with the eighty-man contingent from Lviv. I was there at Hora Karachun, then in the summer, I fought for a second time with the 11th Battalion in Debaltseve, Cherunkhino, Nikishino, Fashchivka. My third time was at Donetsk airport. Now a ceasefire agreement has been reached along with an agreement to move the heavy equipment away from the front line. I can tell you that last night apart from the sniper attacks I was shot at from a tank and from an antitank installation which to tell you the truth I don't think are allowed under the agreement. Those are very high caliber weapons and they are used against heavy equipment. Me and my buddies were shot at. Last night. And there were ten attacks. And as far as history is concerned. Vladimir Putin hasn't come up with anything new. Back when statehood was being established in Ukraine a Kharkiv People's Republic sprang up and other such republics as Lenin gained power, and when he took control of Ukraine he appointed several leaders who then organized big gangs all over Ukraine and created more similar republics. Those areas were then milked dry, the people were done away with, and then Lenin had those leaders removed. This is what is happening in Ukraine today. Ukraine is being ripped apart into small fiefdoms for better control. That's it." "Is it your view that Europe and the United States aren't helping enough?" "I think we can win but not with Europe's help. Europe is scared. If Europe wanted to help, if it really wanted to, still, the powerful countries are part of NATO and they all understand perfectly well that if Russia were to do something NATO would most likely... The dominant force is the United States of America. For us to have good weaponry, for us to have decent uniforms for those soldiers who are serving and through superhuman efforts are holding the borders, we need aid. America should provide that aid. Ukraine lacks the resources to do all that, Ukraine is a small country fighting Russia. I guess the entire front line has to be killed for America to react. They will all die, all those who were on the Maidan, all the acitvists, all the volunteer battalions. All those who are capable of doing incredible work by using their heads. And the ones who will be left will be managed, they will work and become a European country. It will be possible with American help." "Why do you think America should help us?" "Because, first of all, America is already involved...I'm an officer. An officer of the Ukrainian air force. I majored in physical education at the Kyiv Advanced Tank Engineering College together with the company commander. And I remember cutting the first tank at the repair base in Kyiv at the time that Ukraine had signed off its nuclear arsenal in the presence of American officials. It's a slap in the face for everybody. It means that Russia really has profited and will continue to expand. America honestly doesn't need that. America is forced into it." "What's the mood among the soldiers?" "What's the mood? There are some who are here because they were called to duty, so all they're doing is putting in their time. Those who joined as volunteers, after the Maidan, and all of the volunteer battalions such as the Right Sector or the OUN Battalion, the heart and soul of Battalion Kyiv Rus, they are all determined and motivated. If they aren't killed they will keep coming back to fight for their family and for their country." "What kind of future do you envision for Ukraine?" "It will take a very long time for Ukraine to recover. And, the leadership that Ukraine has had has left Ukraine with serious debt obligations. I don't know how the recovery should be led...I don't understand how it can all be paid back, what should be done so that our children will not end up as slaves after surviving the next leader of the country." "But you do believe that Ukraine will have a better future?" "I can't not believe that. I can't. I have to believe that." "Why are you, as an individual, here?" "Me, personally? I have no right not to be here. This is the third time I am taking part in a military campaign. I have no right not to be here. This is what I've been taught. This is how I've been trained. I am capable of defending my family. I must do this for my son, for my mother, for all the people I know. I simply have to do this." soundbite (Russian) Lieutenant Andreev, Commander of the Mechanized Infantry Battalion: "The last time the subdivision was leaving Debaltseve and Chernukhino, we were offered a truck. These are the kinds of primordial machines our young lads have to use to protect and defend the sovereignty of our great nation. There! By utilizing their mental strength and energy they make these contraptions work so they can use them to go after those damn Muscovites who came here to steal what is ours." soundbite (Russian) Andrei Hrachev (Codename "Hrach"), A combat doctor with the 93 Battalion: "Regarding the statement issued to the Right Sector with an order that Right Sector leave its positions. And surely the president will follow the Right Sector and will leave, too! Because if the Right Sector leaves its positions.....Guys, don't be foolish and don't make that mistake. Just leave us here and we will all die. But we will try to stay alive and then later we will ask what was it all for? So what can I say? The Right Sector will not leave, they are genuine patriots. Never will they leave. I am more than certain. If Mike Tyson and I were to have a boxing match, Mike would give up faster than Right Sector will leave its position. Guys, glory to Ukraine! And to the West I would say, 'Putin is a dickhead.' And look what that little dwarf has done to our country. He should never be trusted. As a united front our country should let the West be smarter than our leadership. Let them learn by watching what others are doing instead of from their own mistakes. Everyone says: there are no Russian soldiers in Ukraine. I have personally dragged corpses of the Russian soldiers. We've picked up their documents: Russian Federation, Russian Federation, again and again. I don't know who needs any more proof that the enemy is here in our land trying to take from us what is ours, and most importantly, our freedom. Yet again they want to put us on our knees." Andrei approaches one of the Right Sector soldiers and says: "Look at these guys! Look, we are here, and we are armed. We are here, and for the moment you are over there. Maybe it's time that our Ukrainian women understood that it is high time to say to your friends, acquaintances, husbands: listen, who are you? Are you cowards or are you men? Get off your buns, let's go, let's stand together as a hundred-thousand-man force and I assure you that those savages will shit their pants, I guarantee it." A soldier of the Right Sector chimes in, "Sitting at home drinking beer waiting for the draft notice, enough of that." Andrei - "I agree a hundred percent. Here is where the men should be, this is where the real men are. And our friends the volunteers. Without them, we wouldn't, we couldn't, they are a part of us, we are one whole unit. We would be nowhere without them...So, Mr. President...Not a good idea to withdraw the Right Sector. Or to try to do that. Not a good idea." A fighter from the Right Sector adds, "Us cynical Banderas are not moving out. That's a hundred percent sure. And those who came up with the idea that we should leave let them come here and we won't let them go."

RUSSIAN WARCRIME Ukrainian POWs Execution And Other Interrogated Right After, Jan 22 20157m47s

RUSSIAN WARCRIME Ukrainian POWs Execution And Other Interrogated Right After, Jan 22 2015

This video shows 12 Ukrainian soldiers of which 2 wounded and 3 dead. Names of the four soldiers who died are: Albert Sarukhonyan Georgiyevich, Kryvyi Rih Sergey Slesarenko Stanislavovich, Dneprodzerzhinsk Roman Svekh Nikolayevich, s.Pokrovka, Krivorozhskiy rayon Andrey Kolesnik Vladimirovich, s.Chumaki, Krivorozhskiy rayon What is most disturbing is the bullet hole in the wall, right behind the POWS that are dead or wounded and the fresh blood that is on the ground next to them. Also the smaller blood stripes run from the bottom right of his face - this means that this blood ran over his face in exactly the position he is lying right now. So he got the injury RIGHT BEFORE he fell down like this and then the blood started flowing. This is a reconstruction of how this man died: 1) first this man was sitting upright; 2) then he got shot in his right eye; 3) he fell to his left side and then backwards; 4) blood ran from his eye over his head; 5) there is fresh blood on the ground. And the unnatural position other killed man on this video is in. It means that he DIED RIGHT THERE. He did not die in battle and than they dragged his body to this location. He died HERE. In this video we can see one of POWs still moving, meaning that at THAT moment he was still alive. The blood next to him is VERY fresh. Later he can be seen among the 4 dead soldier and he can be recognized by his pants. It means he was bleeding to death ON THIS SPOT and there is a bullet hole behind him on the wall. Other POW seems to have been hit by the back of a gun on his head - the imprint on his head is too regular to be a normal scratch. It is clearly an imprint of an object. Conclusion: The Ukrainian checkpoint south of Krasnyi Partizan seems to have been taken by surprise, with 12 soldiers surrendering. They had been put sitting against the wall of the house that they used to shelter. Five of them have been shot with four of them getting killed on the spot. One of the soldiers involved with this crime filmed the scene after it had happened WHILE some of them were dying. What happened to the wounded and still living POWs is unclear. Sometimes they kill some to have to others obey them without problems. They may use them to work for them digging graves and trenches as has been the case before. They may also have been taken somewhere else to get killed. Soundbite 1 00:00:01,640 --> 00:00:02,900 Your full name? 2 00:00:03,480 --> 00:00:05,540 Varfolomeev Yuri Yurievich 3 00:00:06,020 --> 00:00:06,540 Where from? 4 00:00:07,080 --> 00:00:08,040 From Kryvyi Rih 5 00:00:08,760 --> 00:00:09,520 Birth date? 6 00:00:10,180 --> 00:00:11,300 1984 7 00:00:14,000 --> 00:00:15,840 Pets Alexandr Vyktorovych 8 00:00:16,460 --> 00:00:18,640 1987 9 00:00:18,940 --> 00:00:21,080 Vasylkiv district, Nikolaevka 10 00:00:21,600 --> 00:00:22,100 ok 11 00:00:22,700 --> 00:00:25,420 Beremenko Alexander Nikolayevych 12 00:00:25,720 --> 00:00:26,560 1972 13 00:00:28,180 --> 00:00:28,680 Where from? 14 00:00:29,000 --> 00:00:29,960 Kryvyi Rih 15 00:00:31,080 --> 00:00:32,300 Zuiev Dmitry Vladimyrovych 16 00:00:32,600 --> 00:00:33,540 1976 17 00:00:33,840 --> 00:00:36,100 Dniepropetrovsk 18 00:00:36,340 --> 00:00:37,400 Krypov Alexander Alexandrovych 19 00:00:37,660 --> 00:00:38,160 1985 20 00:00:38,440 --> 00:00:39,240 Dniepropetrovsk 21 00:00:40,720 --> 00:00:42,520 Yienitskiy Youri Alexandrovych 22 00:00:42,520 --> 00:00:43,840 1978 23 00:00:44,040 --> 00:00:44,680 Nykopil 24 00:00:46,920 --> 00:00:50,080 ... Oleg Alekseevych, Kryvyi Rih, 1981 25 00:00:51,200 --> 00:00:54,280 Stiepanov Sergey Anatolievych, 1981, Kryvyi Rih 26 00:00:55,940 --> 00:00:59,160 Oh, the dead one? No? Wounded.... 27 00:01:06,080 --> 00:01:07,200 Here is a dead one 28 00:01:08,320 --> 00:01:09,120 Definately 29 00:01:10,000 --> 00:01:10,640 Or alive? 30 00:01:11,500 --> 00:01:12,000 Nope 31 00:01:17,380 --> 00:01:18,260 The other one 32 00:01:19,600 --> 00:01:20,480 There they go 33 00:01:21,900 --> 00:01:22,940 Сame to our home 34 00:01:24,360 --> 00:01:25,620 Where is the other one? 35 00:01:26,700 --> 00:01:27,200 Alive? 36 00:01:35,980 --> 00:01:36,620 Your name? 37 00:01:38,320 --> 00:01:38,820 A name? 38 00:01:39,660 --> 00:01:40,240 Beleshev 39 00:01:40,640 --> 00:01:41,140 Where from? 40 00:01:42,320 --> 00:01:43,060 From Kryvyi Rih 41 00:01:43,620 --> 00:01:44,120 Kryvyi Rih... 42 00:01:44,980 --> 00:01:45,700 Year of birth? 43 00:01:46,340 --> 00:01:46,840 1972 44 00:01:47,320 --> 00:01:47,820 What? 45 00:01:48,300 --> 00:01:48,800 1972 46 00:01:49,540 --> 00:01:51,580 1972, clever guy 47 00:01:52,880 --> 00:01:54,080 Ok, we're waiting 48 00:01:57,300 --> 00:01:59,480 So are the guys 49 00:02:00,080 --> 00:02:00,720 Came here 50 00:02:08,660 --> 00:02:09,940 Are you on service, or volunteered? 51 00:02:10,300 --> 00:02:10,800 Mobilized 52 00:02:11,280 --> 00:02:11,780 Mobilized...? 53 00:02:12,260 --> 00:02:13,300 Are mobilized all of you? 54 00:02:13,500 --> 00:02:14,000 Yes 55 00:02:20,840 --> 00:02:23,000 Well most of them from Kryvyi Rih 56 00:02:23,740 --> 00:02:25,580 From Kryvyi Rih and some are from Dniepropetrovsk 57 00:02:30,500 --> 00:02:31,000 So it is 58 00:02:44,140 --> 00:02:46,060 Are they also from your unit? 59 00:02:46,740 --> 00:02:47,300 From Kryvyi Rih? 60 00:02:54,860 --> 00:02:57,180 Maybe someone will recognize them 61 00:03:08,620 --> 00:03:10,540 Maybe mother will recognize 62 00:03:33,540 --> 00:03:35,520 Other RU militant: can you upload this video then? 63 00:03:35,600 --> 00:03:36,100 Yes, shure 64 00:03:36,340 --> 00:03:36,840 2-nd: So you'll upload it? Right? 65 00:03:37,260 --> 00:03:39,520 Yes, to the computer...a tablet 66 00:03:41,500 --> 00:03:43,220 2-nd: Those bastards don't let me! 67 00:03:43,360 --> 00:03:46,320 2-nd: otherwise I would shoot all of them bastards here. Them fagots. 68 00:03:52,800 --> 00:03:56,480 3-d: But now it's not allowed to shoot them - they are POWs now (sarcastic) 69 00:04:01,140 --> 00:04:03,860 2-nd: Don't you fagots all sit in your Kryvyi Rih 70 00:04:10,640 --> 00:04:12,000 Do you have a family? 71 00:04:12,920 --> 00:04:13,720 Shure I have 72 00:04:15,760 --> 00:04:16,280 Are you married? 73 00:04:16,800 --> 00:04:17,960 I'm married, have two doughters 74 00:04:18,080 --> 00:04:18,580 Two daughters? 75 00:04:18,960 --> 00:04:20,420 And now you come to die here? 76 00:04:20,980 --> 00:04:22,500 Having two daughters? 77 00:04:24,580 --> 00:04:25,080 Yes? 78 00:04:28,520 --> 00:04:29,940 And you? Do you have family? 79 00:04:30,120 --> 00:04:30,620 Yes I do 80 00:04:32,080 --> 00:04:33,600 A wife and two children 81 00:04:33,700 --> 00:04:38,060 Two children again? And you too come here to die for your two children? 82 00:04:38,600 --> 00:04:39,900 And how they will be without you now? 83 00:04:40,980 --> 00:04:41,540 And you? 84 00:04:41,920 --> 00:04:43,260 A wife and two children 85 00:04:43,600 --> 00:04:46,080 Oh yeah, everyone here works for a pair 86 00:04:46,320 --> 00:04:47,380 I also have a wife and two children 87 00:04:47,560 --> 00:04:48,380 Here we go again 88 00:04:48,380 --> 00:04:49,280 Clever boys 89 00:04:49,660 --> 00:04:50,780 A wife and a daughter 90 00:04:50,980 --> 00:04:51,480 Daughter? 91 00:04:51,760 --> 00:04:52,260 How old is she? 92 00:04:52,540 --> 00:04:53,040 10 93 00:04:53,440 --> 00:04:53,940 10? 94 00:04:54,380 --> 00:04:55,940 And what is she gonna tell her dad now? 95 00:04:57,560 --> 00:04:58,120 And you? 96 00:04:58,540 --> 00:04:59,040 No family 97 00:04:59,440 --> 00:04:59,940 No family? 98 00:05:00,120 --> 00:05:01,840 Just an old mother I have 99 00:05:02,020 --> 00:05:04,840 An old mother? Then this one is ok to be executed. 100 00:05:04,980 --> 00:05:05,480 And you? 101 00:05:06,060 --> 00:05:06,760 A wife and two kids 102 00:05:07,220 --> 00:05:09,120 Two kids again? You're clever boys 103 00:05:09,300 --> 00:05:11,200 Don't you wanna say something to your kids? 104 00:05:12,280 --> 00:05:12,780 Hah? 105 00:05:13,860 --> 00:05:17,400 Don't you wanna say something to your kids? To your wife? 106 00:05:17,660 --> 00:05:18,540 I love them 107 00:05:18,900 --> 00:05:19,400 Yeah? 108 00:05:20,240 --> 00:05:22,360 Is here anyone else who's going to say something? 109 00:05:23,280 --> 00:05:24,520 Nothing? 110 00:05:25,720 --> 00:05:26,220 Don't you wanna? 111 00:05:26,460 --> 00:05:27,580 We love them very much 112 00:05:27,760 --> 00:05:28,800 Yes we love them very much 113 00:05:29,380 --> 00:05:30,660 Probably they also love you 114 00:05:31,120 --> 00:05:32,740 And you all come to kill our children 115 00:05:33,520 --> 00:05:34,020 Right? 116 00:05:34,280 --> 00:05:35,520 2-nd: Is here anyone from Donbas? 117 00:05:35,760 --> 00:05:38,520 Nope, all of them from Diepropetrovsk and Kryvyi Rih 118 00:05:38,900 --> 00:05:39,400 Huh? 119 00:05:40,060 --> 00:05:41,760 And so you all come to kill our children? 120 00:05:41,820 --> 00:05:42,320 Nope 121 00:05:42,520 --> 00:05:44,500 So why are you come here then? 122 00:05:44,800 --> 00:05:45,300 Huh? 123 00:05:45,540 --> 00:05:46,040 Being mobilized 124 00:05:46,580 --> 00:05:47,080 Mobilized? 125 00:05:47,340 --> 00:05:47,840 Yes 126 00:05:50,500 --> 00:05:51,760 So you don't give a shit then 127 00:05:52,080 --> 00:05:53,600 Because then you can kill children 128 00:05:55,280 --> 00:05:57,080 Then you can bomb the cities 129 00:05:58,280 --> 00:05:58,780 Huh? 130 00:05:58,940 --> 00:05:59,440 No, we shouldn't. 131 00:05:59,440 --> 00:06:01,260 So why did you come? 132 00:06:01,480 --> 00:06:02,960 We stayed at the checkpoint 133 00:06:03,640 --> 00:06:05,340 Then they were you friends, who've done that. 134 00:06:12,100 --> 00:06:12,600 There 135 00:06:13,560 --> 00:06:15,220 Probably they also have kids, right? 136 00:06:16,520 --> 00:06:18,500 And what their daughters are gonna tell them now? 137 00:06:19,260 --> 00:06:19,760 Huh? 138 00:06:20,280 --> 00:06:22,700 To that one, to that still alive one. Or is he? 139 00:06:24,120 --> 00:06:24,620 Huh? 140 00:06:25,380 --> 00:06:26,900 What is his name? Does anyone knows? 141 00:06:30,520 --> 00:06:35,540 That on is Roman, other is Alexander 142 00:06:36,180 --> 00:06:37,180 Are they also from Kryvyi Rih? 143 00:06:38,340 --> 00:06:39,800 2-nd: Why did you come here? 144 00:06:40,040 --> 00:06:41,060 They from Dniepropetrovsk oblast 145 00:06:41,660 --> 00:06:43,180 They have kids too? 146 00:06:43,180 --> 00:06:43,680 Yes 147 00:06:44,000 --> 00:06:44,500 Exactly 148 00:06:45,260 --> 00:06:46,640 But Roman and Alexander are gone 149 00:06:48,260 --> 00:06:49,780 And there's other one almost gone 150 00:06:52,440 --> 00:06:54,180 Does he also have kids? 151 00:06:54,580 --> 00:06:55,080 Do you have kids? 152 00:06:55,640 --> 00:06:56,540 He doesn't have kids 153 00:06:57,940 --> 00:06:59,060 It's good for him 154 00:06:59,740 --> 00:07:01,120 No one will mourn for him then 155 00:07:26,520 --> 00:07:32,360 So it is. They're our people, our neighbours, but they come here to kill us 156 00:07:34,940 --> 00:07:36,140 This is the result 157 00:07:37,140 --> 00:07:38,680 And so it'll be with everyone 158 00:07:39,760 --> 00:07:40,480 Am I right? 159 00:07:42,200 --> 00:07:42,700 So it is

How Russia Declares About Fight Against Terrorism By Killing 13 Civilians In Volnovaha, Jan 13 20151m29s

How Russia Declares About Fight Against Terrorism By Killing 13 Civilians In Volnovaha, Jan 13 2015

Date: Jan 13, 2015; Location: Volnovaha; After Russian BM-21 Grad shelling has reached a civilian bus and killed 13 civilian Ukrainians. More info about terrorist act made by Russian forces against Ukrainian peaceful citizens at the Ukraine territory read here

Life In A Bomb Shelter Of Donetsk3m18s

Life In A Bomb Shelter Of Donetsk

Date: October 7, 2014 Location: Petrovka, Donetsk, Ukraine Length: 03:18 To survive, local residents of Donetsk were force to live in their basements as bomb shelters. And they live there to this day. Teenager Nicolay found a shelter in a basement more then half a year ago together with is mother and little sister. He shows us living conditions of his family and many other Donetsk citizen who use a basement for a bomb shelter now. Shot list Teenager Nicolay guides us to a shelter and shows multiply bedrooms with beds, children’s room, kitchen and even a cinema hall. SOUNDBITE Teenager Nicolay shows Ekaterina a shelter “Here is the light too” “My family sleeps here” “I want to come in to take a look” “And here we eat” “What do you eat?” “We eat, what people are cook” “Is here any kitchen, or everything located outside a basement?” “We cook in the apartment at home” “So you cook at home and bring food here, right?” “Yes, if we have enough time” “Is shelling here often?” “Well yes. Yesterday we saw shelling start ourselves, and also today shelling was caused by our cell phone signal. Two times” “And here lives very small kid?” “Yes, here” “And where is kid now, outside?” “Yes, outside with mother. And here kids do handcrafted inlays. Very beautiful” “Are you going to school?” “Nope” “And here grandmas sleep” “Right. And the cat is here too” “The cat is from other room. There are also other rooms. Here’s their kitchen. Here they drink tea. And there is last corridor and that’s it. And here’s the exit” “Does this TV works?” “No. Just DVD” “Is here any bathroom?” “Well, here’s actually no bathroom. People who’s apartments near go to apartments’ toilets and the rest…you know (means they jut use outside for toilets). Some people live quite far” “Oh, I don’t know because I never lived in such conditions. And here’s no shower either?” “No shower” “And is here water?” “Here’s no water. No bathroom, no shower, no water. Here are no such things. Just beds” “How long do you live here?” “Honest, I don’t remember” “A month, two or three?” “Oh no. More” “Seriously? Since spring?” “No. Since the beginning of July. Before this place started to get shelled I lived in other place. And after it started to get shelled, me, my mother and sister moved here” “What’s your name?” “Nicolay”