The New York Times. The killers kill the leaders of the Ukrainian rebels, but under whose instructions?

«They lost their lives far from the front lines and in the circumstances, not related to military action. They died in a carefully organized ambush, as a result of explosions of cars and, in one case, the explosion of a stuck Elevator. He died Wednesday in an explosion in his own office,» writes the correspondent of the New York Times .

«Ukrainian officials denied any involvement in the murders, though, and welcome them in connection with the weakening of the ranks of the separatists. Authorities in Kiev claim that these deaths are indicative or internal fighting in the separatist leadership, or the attempts of Russia to strengthen control, destroying unpredictable, although popular local commanders, fighting at her side,» the article says.

Officials the rebels accused Ukraine in the last fatal case of the death of Mikhail Tolstykh, known under the pseudonym of Givi.

Other murder victims include Arsene Pavlov , nicknamed Motorola, Alexey Mozgovoy, a former cook at the restaurant, became commander of the brigade «Ghost», Alexander Bednov , nicknamed Batman, the author of the article.

Translation InoPressa




The New York Times. The killers kill the leaders of the Ukrainian rebels, but under whose instructions? 10.02.2017

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