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Reports from the Front Line in Ukraine
#1
Chechens and Russian Army battle Azov & Ukraine on Mariopal Frontline

https://youtu.be/QD_-ak6vVzg
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Ukraine War Front Lines: See what the Western Media Will Not Show: Catacombs, Victim Testimonies w/ John Dougan

John Mark Dougan’s documentary, Azovstal, vividly shows viewers the frontline of the Ukraine war. He shows fresh war footage, interviews journalists, scholars and war victims. You will also see the catacombs used as a military bunker by the Ukrainians. When he says it smells like death, it literally does. What he doesn’t tell you is the fact that dead soldiers bodies are laying around the catacombs. It’s a real war zone. Please share this with friends and others so people can learn the truth about war and specifically this war in Ukraine…

https://sarahwestall.com/ukraine-war-fro...hn-dougan/
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Ukraine War Front, Citizens Trapped & Killed, More Realities Hidden from the West w/ Dougan
 
John Mark Dougan returns to the program shortly after his trip back from the front lines of the war in Ukraine. As the only American truly covering the war, you will hear realities not known elsewhere in the west. War is literally hell and the Ukraine War is no different. Dougan shines light on a war the west wants to hide. The more you know, the more you realize it should end and negotiations should occur immediately...

https://sarahwestall.com/ukraine-war-fro...-w-dougan/
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Ukraine bombed a Donetsk hotel full of journalists

 – here’s what it felt like to be there
Today, Ukraine bombed a Donetsk hotel full of journalists – here’s what it felt like to be there.

Another attack from Kiev has hit central Donetsk, targeting a funeral and a hotel where numerous reporters stay and work

At 10:13 am today (Thursday), Ukraine began shelling central Donetsk. There were five powerful blasts in the space of ten minutes. The last explosion blew out my hotel’s ground-floor glass, including a sitting room – where journalists often congregate before and after going out to do field reporting – and the lobby. About one minute earlier, I had passed through the latter. A cameraman’s assistant who was there at the time of that fifth explosion suffered a concussion from the force of the blast.
A woman walking outside the building was killed, as were at least four others, including a child. Donetsk Telegram channels are filled with videos locals have taken, of the dead, the injured and the damage, and of grief-stricken people. One such hard-to-watch Telegram post (warning: graphic footage) features a man in shock at the gruesome sight of the bodies of his murdered wife and grandchild on a street two blocks from the hotel.

The total number of injured is still not known, as I write. First estimates placed the number at at least ten, among them two ambulance workers: a paramedic and a doctor.

Reading the news, you have the luxury of graphic image warnings and the choice not to look at the pictures and videos of the carnage that occurred today, as well as over the past eight years of Ukraine's war on Donbass. The people here on the ground don’t get a warning, or a choice as to whether they will see the mutilated remains of a loved-one or stranger. As uncomfortable as it is to see such footage, it does need to be shown if the world is to know the truth of what’s going on in Donbass, to give voice to the locals, killed and terrorized by Ukrainian forces as Western corporate media looks elsewhere or covers up these crimes…

 

 
Read more

https://www.rt.com/russia/560241-ukraine...urnalists/
  


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