Earlier on, the Ukrainian air forces carried out a missile strike in 30 kilometers from the MH17 crash site – despite the 40-kilometer ceasefire.
About 11.30 local time (8.30 GMT), two Ukrainian military planes, thought to be Su-25s, were spotted in the skies above the town of Shakhtersk, which is 30 kilometers from the crash site.
Missiles hit a field near the town - one of them exploded 200 meters from a check-point, according to a Ria Novosti correspondent.
A crater was seen at the spot of the explosion. As yet, there have been no reports of any victims.
On Monday Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko ordered a ceasefire within a radius of 40km from the crash site of Malaysian Airways flight MH17 in Donetsk Region.
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Aha. Wer nutzt denn da ganz bewußt diese Tragödie zum Erreichen seiner militärischen Ziele?
Machen Poros Rechten Bataillone schon wieder was sie wollen?
Ob er überhaupt noch Einfluß auf jene Geister hat, die da gerufen wurden?
Kleine Anekdote zu den jüngsten Vorgängen bei RT/ London:
Sara Firth had worked at Russia Today for five years, joining the Russian government-funded station in Moscow straight after doing an MA in journalism at City University in London. She has since been posted in London.
Firth described the Malaysia Airlines flight crash coverage as “the straw that broke the camel’s back for me” and handed in her resignation this morning.
She added: “The thing is once I made the decision, you have to be honest with yourself and it’s so difficult.... Once you start telling the truth it’s brutal.”
In response to her resignation, a Russia Today spokesperson said that the channel and Firth "apparently... have different definitions of truth".
Firth told Press Gazette: “They believe that fully, definitions of the truth. There you go, that’s RT. What can you say?”
"Sara has declared that she chooses the truth; apparently we have different definitions of truth. We believe that truth is what our reporters see on the ground, with their own eyes, and not what’s printed in the morning London newspaper. In our coverage, RT, unlike the rest of the media, did not draw conclusions before the official investigation has even begun. We show all sides of the story, even if everyone else has already decided which side is to blame."
Ähm... welche Fakten eigentlich?
So gänzlich ohne konkrete Benennung der vermeintlichen Lügen, die RT angeblich lanciert, wirkt dieser Abgang eher wie das Waschen von Schmutzwäsche. Was spräche denn generell gegen Augenzeugenberichte?
Oder hat die Sun einfach nur mehr geboten?
Etwas irritierend...@Egalite Wikipedia: RCS MediaGroup
Full Professor in industrial and commercial law at the University of Parma and subsequently at the Bocconi University of Milan, where he is currently Professor Emeritus in commercial law. He is the author of numerous publications in the regulation of competition, corporate law, the securities markets and industrial law.http://www.saipem.com/site/home/corporate-governance/board-of-directors/scheda3920.html
He was Chairman of the Board of Directors of the RCS MediaGroup (2005-2012), a member of the Board of Directors of Generali and an auditor in Mediobanca.
He is on the Executive Committee of the Centro di Documentazione Ebraica (CDEC – Centre for Jewish Documentation) of the Istituto per la Storia del Movimento di Liberazione in Italia (IMSLI – Institute for the History of the Liberation Movement in Italy) and of the Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII (John XXIII Foundation for Religious Sciences).
From November 2004 to November 2012 he was pro-rector of the Bocconi University in Milan.
He is a notary public in Milan and is a Knight of the Grand Cross of the Italian Republic.
Keine Ahnung wie es Dir dabei geht, aber ich witter hier Transatlantikergewäsch.
Den Artikel würde ich deswegen auch erstmal ignorieren bis er durch weitere Quellen bestätigt wird.