US Sponsored Ukraine Regime is Killing Children: Polina Sladkaya, 6 Years Old. Died in Slavyansk from Howitzer Shell

The girl’s name is Polina Sladkaya, 6 years old. 

One among many children who died in Slavyansk.  June 8, at 13:15

The self proclaimed international community has blood on its hands.

Washington  is supporting a Neo-Nazi regime in Kiev.

“The western media are refraining from showing such pictures to the public.  In the meantime, the Ukrainian government, having promised President Obama “to mop  up” the Donbass area, is conducting an artillery fire against its own people.  The Ukrainian army spares no one and nothing – civilians, schools, churches, maternity homes.  It is likewise suffering losses – a military aircraft IL-76 carrying 49 air assault personnel was shot down.

This  carnage is being done at the orders of the Obama administration.  The new president in Ukraine is just an obedient stooge. 

Ukraine is dying, its people are being killed.  The Donbass area is being cleaned up of its citizens to become an area for extracting shale gas.”


Buses with Slavyansk children come under gunfire

Buses with Slavyansk children come under gunfire

Unknown people fired at two buses with children leaving Slavyansk. At least three passengers were injured, second commander of the city’s territorial army Fyodor Berezin told RIA Novosti.

“Two buses taking children out of Slavyansk were attacked near the village of Raygorodok 3 km east of the city. The buses were under white flags. One of the buses turned over, an elderly woman inside broke an arm. The children from that bus were put on the other one and taken back to Slavyansk,” Berezin said.He also said that two women from the second bus also sustained injuries.

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