Ukraine intel: Commanders of occupation forces in Donbas embezzle funds, hide personnel shortage Facts of a significant number of the so-called "phantom soldiers" have also been revealed.
15:15, 22 September 2020
Donbas occupying forces let people cross contact line "according to lists" – JFO HQ The Russian Federation's armed formations may not let people cross the contact line, relying on the data of the lists.
18:45, 19 July 2020
Leader of "DPR" special forces in occupied Donbas reported killed The man was shot in the back by his own accomplices.
11:20, 21 January 2020
Donbas warzone update: One KIA, three WIAs amid 13 enemy attacks on Aug 25 Grenade launchers, heavy machine guns, and small arms were used in the attacks.
11:10, 26 August 2019
Ukrainian officer posts raw video of double strike on enemy positions in Donbas The Joint Forces adequately respond to each shelling by the Russian occupation forces.
16:30, 24 April 2019
"Gray zone" shrinking: Volunteer on success of Ukrainian military in Donbas The Ukrainian army has advanced up to 1.5 square kilometers.
16:20, 30 October 2018
Russian invaders step up measures to force Donbas locals to vote in sham elections – Ukraine intel Militants demand that the heads of state-owned enterprises ensure maximum participation of staff in the so-called "polls."
16:55, 16 October 2018
Russian command secretly boosting offensive training of Donbas occupation forces – MoD Ukraine The Russian Federation plans to conduct military exercises in the occupied territories of Ukraine.
14:40, 03 October 2018
Russian occupation forces in Donbas employ lasers to blind Ukrainian border guards It is reported that the serviceman hit by a laser beam lost 80% of sight in a right eye.
13:20, 02 October 2018
Klimkin: Crimean Tatar woman of 82 dies at hands of Russian occupation forces <p>Minister of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine Pavlo Klimkin blames Russian security forces for the death of an acclaimed veteran of the Crimean Tatar national movement, Vedzhie Kashka.</p>
20:30, 23 November 2017
Persecution of Crimean Tatars intensifies in occupied Crimea - HRW <p>Russian authorities in Crimea have intensified persecution of Crimean Tatars, under various pretexts and with the apparent goal of completely silencing dissent on the peninsula, Human Rights Watch said, according to RFE/RL's Ukrainian service.</p>
10:20, 14 November 2017