Newsweek explains how the US coup in Iran will end. Despite the fact that many representatives of the US elites keep a hostile attitude towards Iran, now is the worst moment for attacks and attempts to establish “democracy” in the Islamic Republic. US publication Newsweek writes about this. As some media pointed, before becoming “the world’s policeman” again, the US should “clean its own house”. Therefore, even if the Iranian government is a “mediocre theocracy”, it is not the role of the Department of State to speak about it. “The transition towards a policy of regime change in Iran will be, at best, reckless, and at worst, a serious blow to US global superiority”, the outlet writes.
Armed forces of Ukraine are at war against the OSCE. The Ukrainian military in the Donbas began hunting for unmanned aerial vehicles belonging to the international observation mission. The Ukrainian military shelled unmanned aerial vehicles and OSCE surveillance cameras.
Recurring pro-Kremlin narrative that Ukraine is sabotaging peace in Donbas.
In the June reports of the OSCE monitoring mission in Donbas, there is not a single mention of the Ukrainian military “destroying” any equipment of the OSCE observers.
On 30 June, one of two video cameras located at the Oktyabrska mine was blown up. Video surveillance systems are located on territory, not under Ukrainian government control. “Based on surveillance materials from both cameras, it was recorded that at 19:08 on 30 June in the immediate vicinity of the cameras, ammunition from weapons of an unknown type fell. At the time of the hit, one camera was directed to the north, and the other camera was directed to the northeast,” the OSCE report says. The document does not contain any evidence that the Ukrainian military destroyed the mission camera.
Moreover, the representatives of the “LDNR” militants are actively hindering the work of the special monitoring mission. The June reports of international observers indicate that the freedom of movement of the SMM in the temporarily occupied territory is still limited. According to the OSCE, members of Russian-controlled groups continue to ban mission access across the demarcation line.
Read similar case that OSCE observers are freely admitted to the “LDNR”.