Permalink 52 States address ICJ hearing on Israel’s practices in Palestine

No fewer than 52 States and three International Organisations have provided comments and presentations on the legal consequences of Israel’s policies and practices in Occupied Palestinian Territory. | The UN correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the states made their presentations during the public hearing at the International Court of Justice, based on the UN General Assembly’s request for an advisory opinion. The hearing, which began on Monday, is expected to close on Feb. 26. Filed before the ongoing four-month-old war in Gaza began, the case triggered heated commentary even before the court’s president, Judge Nawaf Salam, opened the hearings. The General Assembly submitted two specific questions to the World Court in its December 2022 request.

UN Experts Call for Immediate Arms Embargo on “Israel” (Alahed News)
ENTIRE Global South stands against US and Apartheid Israel at ICJ War Crimes Hearings (02/23/24)


Permalink ENTIRE Global South stands against US and Apartheid Israel at ICJ War Crimes Hearings

As part of its defense of the illegal Jewish ONLY occupation of Palestinian territories, the US ambassador asked if the court condemns Hamas | The International Court of Justice (ICJ) held its third day of hearings on 21 February on the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian West Bank territories.  The ICJ is now halfway through its hearing in which 52 nations and three organizations – the Arab League, Organization of Islamic Cooperation, and African Union – are set to present arguments related to Israel’s illegal occupation of the West Bank, Gaza, and Jerusalem.

Permalink US ‘Always Planned’ For Assange to Die in Prison

On Tuesday, the final appeal for WikiLeaks co-founder Julian Assange to avoid extradition to the United States began. Days earlier, his wife and lawyer, Stella Assange, warned that if the journalist is not released soon, the stress of the case and his confinement could kill him, adding that he “will die” if extradited to the US.

💬 “His health is in decline, mentally and physically. His life is at risk every single day he stays in prison, and if he’s extradited, he will die,” Stella Assange said at a media briefing in London.

Julian Assange, an Australian national, could face up to 175 years in prison if extradited to the United States on espionage charges.  But the US has no plans for Assange to stand trial in the United States, Dan Kovalik, a professor, human rights lawyer and peace activist told Sputnik’s The Critical Hour on Tuesday.

💬 “If [Julian Assange] is sent to the US, they’re just going to delay the trial as long as they can so that they can guarantee that he’ll die in jail,” Kovalik explained. “That’s always been the plan.”

Permalink The Threat of Financial Transaction Control

Catherine Austin Fitts | The U.S. Federal Reserve and its central banking allies are engineering unprecedented changes in the financial system. How do we know this? Because they speak openly about what they intend to do. | I want to show you three 1-minute videos today that describe the vision of total central control currently being implemented by the central banks.  The first is a clip from an IMF panel in October 2020. The speaker is Agustín Carstens, the general manager of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel, Switzerland. The BIS is the central bank of central banks, which enjoys the powers of sovereign immunity. The Federal Reserve is one of 63 central banks which are BIS members, including the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, and the Bank of China. In this clip, Mr. Carstens is describing the nature of central bank digital currency or CBDC. The BIS is leading a global effort to implement CBDC, including a partnership with the Federal Reserve. Let’s see what Mr. Carstens says about where he hopes our money is going.


Permalink US urges UN court not to rule against Israeli occupation

A top State Department lawyer says only negotiations can resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict | The US government has told the UN’s top court that Israel should not be required to end its occupation of Palestinian territory, insisting that a withdrawal could threaten the country’s “security needs.”  During a hearing on Wednesday, State Department legal adviser Richard Visek urged the International Court of Justice (ICJ) not to rule against Israel’s military occupation of Gaza and the West Bank, arguing that “unilateral actions” could not end the conflict.

Landmark hearings at UN top court examining Israeli occupation ongoing (Al Mayadeen)
Will Netanyahu Bring Down Biden? (Jeffrey D. Sachs)

Permalink Documents show Israeli forces fired on UN food convoy in Gaza: CNN

CNN has received correspondence between the UN and the Israeli occupation forces indicating that both sides reportedly agreed upon the convoy's path before the bombing. | On February 5, Israeli occupation forces (IOF) opened fire on a United Nations convoy carrying vital humanitarian aid in central Gaza, eventually blocking the trucks' progress to the northern part, where Palestinians are on the verge of famine, according to documents shared exclusively by the UN and CNN's analysis.  CNN has received correspondence between the UN and the IOF indicating that the convoy's path was agreed upon by both sides before the bombing. According to an internal incident report created by UNRWA, the major UN assistance agency in Gaza, and obtained by CNN, the vehicle was one of ten in a convoy that was stopped at an IDF holding position when it was fired on. Most of the cargo, primarily wheat flour, which was required to produce bread, was destroyed.  Tracing the Israeli strike reveals the tremendous problems that humanitarian organizations confront in delivering supplies to Gaza's more than 2 million residents due to Israeli siege and obstacles.

US intel report fails to provide proof of Israeli claims against UNRWA (Al Mayadeen)


Permalink Ex-UN Expert: If Assange is Extradited to US No Journalist in World Will Be Safe

Ekaterina Blinova | WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange may be extradited to the US in the wake of the two-day hearing at London's High Court. What would that mean for freedom of speech? | A legal team of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is fighting to prevent his extradition to the US where he will face 17 counts of espionage and one charge of computer misuse.  Assange, who made classified data provided to him by Chelsea (born Bradley) Manning in 2010 public, shedding light on the US' alleged war crimes during its invasions and occupation of Afghanistan and Iraq, could receive a prison term of up to 175 years.

💬 "If Assange were to be extradited to the United States, no journalist in the world would be safe," Alfred de Zayas, professor of international law in Geneva, former UN independent expert on international order (2012-18), and a retired senior lawyer with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, told Sputnik.  "Essentially it would mean that any journalist who publishes information that the US government does not like would be subject to persecution and prosecution. His extradition would set a very toxic precedent that the core principle of refugee law and asylum law no longer protects persons who have a well-documented fear of persecution, as codified in article 1 of the Geneva Refugee Convention."

Permalink US vetoes another UN resolution demanding Gaza ceasefire

The US has vetoed a United Nations security council resolution calling for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza for the third time, arguing that it would undermine negotiations over a hostage agreement. | The US was the lone vote against a ceasefire resolution put forward on Tuesday by Algeria. The UK was the sole abstention, with 13 votes in support, including those of close allies of Washington who insisted the humanitarian needs of Palestinians outweighed any reservations over the Algerian text. Washington was widely lambasted for using its veto again at a time when nearly 30,000 Palestinians have been killed and more than 2 million people are under threat of famine.

US veto of Gaza ceasefire resolution ‘shameful’: CAIR (IRNA)
Russia reacts to US vetoing Gaza ceasefire (RT.com)
China says US veto in UN truce vote makes Gaza 'even more dangerous' (aNews)


Permalink U.K. data reveal PANDEMIC of the VACCINATED from 2021 to 2023

Analyzing the excess mortality of vaccinated people | It wasn’t long ago when governments and public health authorities around the world demanded that every person show their vaccine status to exercise basic freedoms. That totalitarian scheme ultimately backfired. Many of the people who once flaunted their vaccine status and called for “vaccine passports” are dying suddenly anyway, and now they have become a pariah, as their cause of death and vaccine status is concealed from the public. But the irony is: Vaccine records are archived and population mortality data are being analyzed, and this data tells a horrifying story.  According to data from the U.K. Health Security Agency, (UKHSA) there have been approximately 61,000 unvaccinated deaths and approximately one million vaccinated deaths from 2021 to 2023. During this time, populations have been deceived. While everyone has been harmed in some way, we have collectively suffered through a pandemic of the vaccinated. The mortality data out of the UK screams of crimes against humanity.


Permalink ICJ holds public hearing on Israeli policies in occupied Palestine

The International Court of Justice commences a week-long series of sessions to examine the Israeli policies of occupation, settlement, and annexation in the Palestinian territories, discussing the legal ramifications for "Israel." | The International Court of Justice in The Hague will commence public hearings on Monday regarding the legal consequences stemming from illegal Israeli apartheid policies and practices in the occupied Palestinian territories, including occupied East al-Quds.  During the sessions, the court is scheduled to hear briefings from 52 countries - including the United States, "Israel's" biggest supporter, as well as China, Russia, South Africa, and Egypt. Palestinian Foreign Minister, Riyad al-Maliki, will speak at the session, while the occupation's representative will not be present.

Video: Palestinian ambassador breaks down as he tells ICJ of plight of children under occupation (skwawkbox.org)
World Court calls for immediate enforcement of interim ruling against Israel (BusinessDay)
Top UN Court Opens Hearings into Israel’s Occupation of Palestinian Land (Asharq Al-Awsat)
Top UN court to open hearings into Israel's occupation of Palestinian lands (Naharnet/AFP)
World court to discuss legal consequences of Israel's Palestine occupation (02/18/24)


Permalink World court to discuss legal consequences of Israel's Palestine occupation

ICJ's historic hearings involve 52 nations addressing the legal consequences of Israel's Palestine occupation since 1967. | The UN's top court will hold hearings on the legal consequences of Israel's occupation of Palestinian territories since 1967, with an unprecedented 52 countries expected to give evidence. Nations, including the United States, Russia and China, will address judges in a week-long session starting from Monday at the Peace Palace in The Hague, the seat of the International Court of Justice (ICJ).  In December 2022, the UN General Assembly asked the ICJ for a non-binding "advisory opinion" on the "legal consequences arising from the policies and practices of Israel in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem." While any ICJ opinion would be non-binding, it comes amid mounting international legal pressure on Israel over the war in Gaza after the October 7 attacks.

Different from genocide case — The hearings are separate from a high-profile case brought by South Africa alleging that Israel is committing genocidal acts during the current war on Gaza. Israel is not participating in the hearings and reacted angrily to the 2022 UN request, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calling it "despicable" and "disgraceful".  The week after the UN resolution, Israel announced a series of sanctions against the Palestinian Authority to make it "pay the price" for pushing for it. On Friday, it rejected South Africa's bid to impose additional measures on Israel but reiterated the need to carry out the ruling in full.

'Prolonged occupation' — The General Assembly has asked the ICJ to consider two questions. Firstly, the court should examine the legal consequences of what the UN called "the ongoing violation by Israel of the right of the Palestinian people to self-determination". This relates to the "prolonged occupation, settlement and annexation of the Palestinian territory occupied since 1967" and "measures aimed at altering the demographic composition, character and status of the Holy City of Jerusalem".  The ICJ has also been asked to look into the consequences of what it described as Israel's "adoption of related discriminatory legislation and measures." Secondly, the ICJ should advise on how Israel's actions "affect the legal status of the occupation" and what are the consequences for the UN and other countries. The court will rule "urgently" on the affair, probably by the end of the year.

Permalink ICJ Nixes S Africa’s Request for Urgent Measures to Save Rafah Amid “Israeli” War

The International Court of Justice [ICJ] refuses to grant South Africa's request for the tribunal to impose "urgent measures" aimed at safeguarding the city of Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, which faces the imminent threat of an “Israeli” ground invasion. | Known as the world court, the tribunal said in a statement on Friday that the "perilous situation" in Rafah "demands immediate and effective implementation of the provisional measures" that it had ordered January 26. It said no new order was necessary because the existing measures "are applicable throughout the Gaza Strip, including in Rafah."  The court added that the “Israeli” entity "remains bound to fully comply with its obligations under the Genocide Convention" and the January 26 ruling, which ordered the regime to do all it can to prevent death, destruction, and any acts of genocide in Gaza.

Israel should do everything it is asked to do by UN court: Portugal (aNews)
Netanyahu says Israel will not 'succumb to international dictates,' as he insists on attacking Rafah (Anadolu)

Permalink Algeria pushes for UNSC resolution on Gaza truce; US vows to veto it

Algeria requested the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to vote on a draft resolution that demands an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza, a move the United States - a council veto power – has pledged to veto. | According to diplomatic sources quoted by media, the 15-member body is likely to vote on Tuesday on the resolution sought by Algeria demanding an “immediate” truce in Gaza. Algeria put forward an initial draft resolution more than two weeks ago.  The draft resolution rejects “the forced displacement of the Palestinian civilian population” and demands “all parties to comply with international law” and calls for full, rapid, safe, and unhindered humanitarian access into and throughout the entire Gaza Strip. It also calls for the full implementation of the provisional measures announced by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in late January, in the genocide case brought by South Africa against Israel.

Israel bombs Gaza as US threatens to block new UN ceasefire resolution (The New Arab)


Permalink The Worldwide Corona Crisis, Global Coup d’État Against Humanity

Michel Chossudovsky | The Worldwide Corona Crisis, Global Coup d’État Against Humanity.

From the very outset in January 2020, people worldwide were led to believe and accept the existence of a rapidly progressing and dangerous epidemic. Media disinformation and the fear campaign were instrumental in sustaining the COVID-19 narrative. Scientific lies and falsehoods have been used to sustain the legitimacy of the COVID-19 policy mandates including lockdowns, the imposition of the face mask, social distancing and the suppression of fundamental human rights. People worldwide were led to believe that Big Pharma’s COVID-19 vaccine injections were the “solution”.

A structure of “Global Governance” dominated by powerful financial interests is unfolding which undermines democracy and the institutions of civil society. More than 7 billion people worldwide are directly or indirectly affected by the corona crisis and the destructive mandates implemented by morally depraved national governments. The entire planet is in state of economic and social chaos.

Michel Chossudovsky reviews in detail how this insidious project “destroys people’s lives”. He provides a comprehensive analysis of everything you need to know about the “pandemic” — from the medical dimensions to the economic and social repercussions, political underpinnings, and mental and psychological impacts.

“My objective as an author is to inform people worldwide and refute the official narrative which has been used as a justification to destabilize the economic and social fabric of entire countries, followed by the imposition of the “deadly” COVID-19 “vaccine”. This crisis affects humanity in its entirety: almost 8 billion people. We stand in solidarity with our fellow human beings and our children worldwide. Truth is a powerful instrument.”

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Permalink Report calls for limits on air travel: This is part of broader globalist plan to ‘ration’ travel of all kinds — no more unlimited planes, trains or automobiles for the serfs

According to CNN Travel: “Holidaymakers should prepare to change their travel habits now, before this change is forced upon them.” | CNN reports that “The negative impacts of tourism on the environment have become so severe that some are suggesting drastic changes to our travel habits are inevitable.”  The cable news network cites a 2023 report titled A Sustainable Future for Travel, in which the globalists lay out their entire plan to limit our freedom of movement. They always tell us their plans. So few pay attention. Most people would rather live in denial and deception.  In this report, tour operator Intrepid Travel proposed that “carbon passports” will soon become a reality if the tourism industry hopes to survive. What is a carbon passport?


Permalink Sweden under fire for suspending financial support to UNRWA

Sweden under fire for suspending financial support to UNRWA | Sweden has come under sharp criticism from a number of experts over its decision to suspend financial support to the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, or UNRWA, due to Tel Aviv’s allegations that some of its staff members were involved in Hamas’s Oct. 7 military operation against Israel. 💬 "It is catastrophic that Sweden has cut humanitarian aid to UNRWA, above all because it has not even seen any evidence of Israel's accusations," Beatrice Fihn, a lawyer and former executive director of the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) who specializes in international law and works for the law firm Lex International in Geneva, told the local Expressen newspaper. "There is no other organization that has the built-up capacity to get the necessary help out quickly,” Fihn added.

Permalink Mongolian dzud: Extreme weather puts 90% of country at ‘high risk’

The ongoing “white and iron” dzud in Mongolia has reached a “critical” level, with over 90 per cent of the country facing high levels of risk from the unique weather phenomenon, UN agencies have reported. | About 190,000 herder households are struggling with inadequate feed, skyrocketing prices and heightened vulnerabilities, according to the Office of the UN Resident Coordinator in Mongolia. Herding and livestock have traditionally been integral to Mongolia’s economy, culture and way of life. Estimates indicate that there are over 64 million livestock this winter season in Mongolia. “The increasing severity of weather conditions further exacerbates the crisis, underscoring the urgent need for humanitarian assistance and sustainable solutions to support Mongolia's rural communities and traditional livelihoods,” the Office said in an update this week. This is the second year in a row that the country has faced these severe conditions. Last winter about 70 per cent of the country was affected.

Mongolia: Severe Winter - Iron Dzud 2024 (As of 6 February 2024) (reliefweb)
The Dangers of Dzud, Mongolia’s Lethal Winters (National Geographic)


Permalink Bill Gates once again pushing deadly malaria vaccines on world’s poorest countries

In 2024, billionaire eugenicist Bill Gates is planning to spend more money than ever before on new health "innovations" for the world's poorest countries, some of which are already receiving shipments of his latest malaria "vaccines." | At the recent World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, Gates was asked by reporters about his plans for the coming year, which include unleashing not only new malaria injections but also jabs for tuberculosis (TB), HIV, and even the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19).  Around the same time, Cameroon launched the world's first malaria vaccination program using Gates' injections. Reports indicate that the shots are only about 13 percent effective, but can supposedly reach a 90 percent effectiveness rate when used in conjunction with mosquito nets and malaria tablets.  Worded more accurately, the shots themselves are useless, and the nets and tablets are what does all the actual work. This was shown in tests where prophylactic doses of malaria drugs all on their own are already 90 percent effective at preventing malaria.


Permalink Bill Gates Calls on Governments to Censor ‘Anti-Vaxxers’ to Fight ‘Vaccination Hesitancy’ (Video)

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is calling on global governments to censor individuals deemed to be “anti-vaxxers.” | Gates says he’s outraged that fewer people are taking his vaccines. According to Gates, the general masses are starting to refuse the experimental mRNA injections because of “misinformation about vaccines.”  He insists that “anti-vaxxers” must be stripped of their free speech rights because they are “associating certain people, like myself or Fauci having malign intent, with vaccines.”  Gates claims that citizens raising concerns and questions about the shots has led to a surge in “vaccination hesitancy.” He warns that the same concerns have also triggered a loss of trust in his various “public health” initiatives. Gates is now demanding government intervention because he claims the public won’t be “ready for the next pandemic” if they refuse to comply with the mass vaccination agenda.

Bill Gates’ Conversation With His Daughter Clotilda (Walter Gelles)
The covid booster cancer time bomb (Professor Angus Dalgleish)


Permalink Gaza death toll close to 27,000 as Israeli siege tightens on hospitals

Israeli shelling has again targeted the Nasser Hospital, which has been besieged for days, Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported. | On the 118th day of Israeli aggression on Gaza, numerous Palestinians were killed and several others sustained injuries. Local Palestinian media outlets reported that the western region of Gaza City, including the Remal neighborhood and Tal al-Hawa, witnessed Israeli invading forces launching missiles, gunfire, and shelling, resulting in casualties. Concurrently, ambulances faced challenges reaching the affected areas to transport the injured to al-Shifa Hospital. In addition, casualties occurred when Israeli warplanes targeted two houses in al-Zeitoun neighborhood.

Israeli invading forces burning Gaza homes to make Strip uninhabitable (Al Mayadeen)
Thousands of displaced Gazans lack food, water in Khan Younis, Health Ministry warns (aNews)
“Israel” Likely Dropped 1,000-pound Bomb on UK Doctors in Gaza (Alahed News)
UN: Israeli war renders Gaza ‘uninhabitable;’ restoration will take ‘decades’ (PressTV)

Hossein Askari | Only criminally insane minds can cause so much panic in Gaza | Israeli rulers, even those considered rather moderate, have been seeking a plan to depopulate Palestinians from their motherland. Probably the October 7 attack by Hamas on southern Israel provided the ill-wishers in Israel with an excuse to go ahead with the plan more speedily and more cruelly.  Punishing an entire 2.3 million people in the Gaza Strip for the October 7 attack has no justification. Only mad persons and those who formulate vicious plots in their minds can cause so much tragedy for hundreds of thousands of people.

Gaza war lays bare the immorality of the Western world (Tehran Times Editorial) The Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, claimed that the Hamas attack of October 7 did not happen in a vacuum. If not in a vacuum, what was in that space?  Israel’s 80 years of Zionist cruelty began with the confiscation of land and other property and expulsion of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians with no compensation who were also prohibited from ever returning to their homes; a settler rule that is aptly characterized by inhumanity, random incarceration, torture and murder; with Gaza the largest prison in the world, holding 2.3 million Palestinians, isolated from the rest of the world; and administered by Israel, an apartheid state with three sets of laws—one for Israeli Jews, another for Israeli Arabs and yet another for non-Israeli Palestinians. The perfect definition of apartheid and arguably worse than what we witnessed in South Africa as claimed by the late Archbishop Tutu.


Permalink Israel, Unrwa and the West: A history of claims and cuts

Alex MacDonald | As a number of Israel's allies cut funding to the refugee body, MEE looks at its turbulent history with the international community | Claims by Israel that 12 employees of the United Nations agency for Palestine refugees (Unrwa) took part in the 7 October attack on southern Israel have prompted a number of countries to pause funding to the agency.  The nine donors, namely the US, UK, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Finland, Australia, and Canada, cut off support for the agency on Saturday following the allegations, prompting warnings from the body that it will lose the ability to provide aid to the 2.2 million people that use its services after February.  It has long been a claim of Israel's that Unrwa - first established in 1949 to accomodate the Palestinian refugees forcibly displaced from their homes during the creation of the state - is effectively a hub for Palestinian militancy.


Permalink Ten people killed in Israeli strike on UNRWA school in Gaza Strip — TV

According to the report, the building was allegedly sheltering displaced persons who had fled the fighting | A school run the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), located in the Rimal District west of Gaza City, came under fire by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), Al Jazeera television reported.  According to the channel, at least ten people were killed in the strike. The building was allegedly sheltering displaced persons who had fled the fighting in other sections of the embattled Gaza Strip.  Tensions flared up again in the Middle East on October 7 after militants from the Gaza Strip-based radical Palestinian group Hamas launched a surprise incursion on Israeli territory, killing many Israeli kibbutz residents living near the Gaza border and abducting more than 240 Israelis, including women, children and the elderly. Hamas described its attack as a response to Israeli authorities’ aggressive actions against the Al-Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem’s Old City. Israel declared a total blockade of the Gaza Strip and launched bombardments of the enclave and some areas in Lebanon and Syria, as well as a ground operation against Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Clashes are also reported in the West Bank.

Day 115 in Gaza: 26,637 killed, 65,387 others injured (Al Mayadeen)


Permalink UN officials slam countries defunding UNRWA, punishing Gaza

Several United Nations officials have released statements condemning the move to defund UNRWA, saying it heightens suffering among Palestinians. | The United Nations' Special Rapporteur on the Occupied Palestinian Territories, Francesca Albanese, affirmed in a post on X that the decision of some countries to suspend funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) in Gaza is a form of collective punishment that puts Palestinians in more dire situations amid the genocide. Albanese slammed the countries partaking in this move, and accused them of "violating their obligations under the Genocide Convention."

Iran condemns Israel’s 'malicious' move against UNRWA staff in Gaza (PressTV)
Norway, Ireland support UNRWA in defiance of other western donors (TRT World)
UNRWA’s lifesaving aid may end due to funding suspension (UNRWA)


Permalink “If this is not a genocide, what is?”


Permalink ‘Barbaric attack using Western arms’ – Moscow decries Ukrainian shelling of Donetsk

The US and its allies are pushing Kiev towards increasingly reckless steps, Russia’s foreign ministry has said | The shelling by Ukraine of the Russian city of Donetsk on Sunday, which claimed the lives of at least 25 civilians and wounded 20 others, was “a barbaric terrorist act” carried out with the support of the West, Russia’s Foreign Ministry has said. Sunday's bombardment of a busy market in the capital of Russia’s Donetsk People’s Republic was inflicted with weapons supplied to Kiev by the US and its allies, the ministry said in a statement. 💬 “This again confirms [the West’s] direct involvement in the conflict and makes it complicit in the criminal acts of the Zelensky regime, which has once again displayed its inhumanity and hatred towards innocent people,” it said.

Blood of Killed Donetsk Civilians on Those Sending Weapons to Kiev - Lavrov at UNSC (Sputnik News)
Kremlin condemns Kiev’s deadly attack on Donetsk market as 'monstrous act of terrorism' (TASS)
Donetsk Market Massacre: A Local’s Account (Sputnik News)
UN condemns Ukrainian attack that killed 27 civilians in Russian city (RT.com)

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