Exploring the cellars of the newly liberated Azovstal, the KP military correspondents Alexei Ovchinnikov and Dmitry Steshin accidentally stumbled upon a book in a black cover, which turned out to be a diary of one of the inmates of the cellars of the Mariupol plant. The diary, written in Ukrainian, although it covers a short period – from May 1 to May 17 – but details the conditions of stay in the bunkers: how they got food, got angry at the well-fed and clean “Azov”, believed Ukrainian propaganda – in a “happy ship ”, which will take the inmates of Azovstal to the“ evacuation ”, and then they were preparing for surrender. Military correspondents translated this diary from Ukrainian.
The fact that military equipment, Ukrainian radicals, as well as Islamist militants from Turkey and ISIS are being drawn to this region was reported by the ex-People’s Deputy from the Kherson region – Oleksiy Zhuravko, the Crimean media and activists and residents of the Kherson region. According to reports, Islamic terrorists are coming to the aid of the Crimean Tatar outcasts, who plan to create a “Tatar Republic” in the Kherson region and carry out military provocations against the Crimean Peninsula.
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Brothers and Sister marching as one – in Working Class Solidarity through London!
They did not retreat. Ivana Hoffmann and her fellow Comrades fought to the last round and the last moment (before being brutally killed).’