Igor Strelkov, Militia who laughed at MH17 Falls

Igor Strelkov lively figure referred to by the European media, especially in Ukraine. It happened because the circulating transcripts of recordings of the talks is believed to be one of them is the voice of the separatist leaders of the pro-Russia Ukraine. The name Strelkov discussed because he laughing after Malaysia Airlines MH17 crashed in Ukraine-Russia border. The BBC News website has information related to alerts you of rebels in the Donestsk Town. Igor Strelkov known to have real name Igor Girkin, born in Moscow in 1970. He is also…

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Pro-Russian Rebels Discuss The Shooting Down of The Malaysian Airlines #MH17

A new video uploaded on YouTube mentioned shows the phone tapping of the pro-rebels Russia in Eastern Ukraine. According to Telegraph.co.uk, voice recordings in the videos that imbued with English translation claimed was the result of tapping by Security Agency of Ukraine (SBU) which was later released in its official page. In the video was mentioned, a militant group led by Igor Bezler using Russia Air missile defense system, shooting a commercial aircraft. The plane was identified as a Boeing 777 Malaysia Airlines MH17. In the footage, two rebels were…

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Malaysia Airlines MH17 Crashed in Ukraine

An aircraft belonging to Malaysia Airlines MH17 crashed in Ukraine. A number of aviation sources cited Russia, Interfax news agency, Thursday (17/7/2014). The plane, which had a route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, carrying 295 people on board, crashed near the border of Ukraine and Russia. A Malaysia Airlines spokesman confirmed there had been an incident of one of its planes and will issue an official statement in a short time. The aircraft that crashed was believed to be a Boeing 777 with flight numbers MH17, which left Amsterdam, Netherlands…

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Russian Captured The Missile Activities of Ukraine When The Fall of Malaysia Airlines #MH17

Russia’s Defense Ministry, say, has been capture a radar system activities of Ukraine at a time when Malaysia Airlines MH17 crashed in Eastern Ukraine. “Along July 17, Russian radar operational facilities intercept of Buk-M1 Kupol battery’s, which is located in the Styla (30 kilometres south of Donetsk),” Russia’s Defence Ministry says. The technical capabilities of the Buk-M1 allows battery data exchange of air targets in one battalion. So, the rocket launch is likely to occur from one of the battery that is in the area of Avdeevka (8 km north…

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