Finding A Frontline

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Ukraine Police separate the two sides

Ukraine Police separate the two sides at Odessa City offices 

Pro-Russian activists 'defend' Odessa city offices

Pro-Russian activists ‘defend’ Odessa city offices

Pro- Ukrainian activists 'PravySector' also say they are from Odessa and challenge the pro-Russian side

Pro- Ukrainian activists ‘PravySector’ also say they are from Odessa and challenge the pro-Russian side

A Ukraine woman poses with a Russian Soldier in Sevastopol

A Ukraine woman poses with a Russian Soldier in Sevastopol

Graham W. Phillips is a freelance journalist who happens to be in the heart of the apparently upcoming conflict in Ukraine at a momentous time.

Following his tweets from mid-week which captured the first publicly shared video of what appeared to be columns of Russian troop trucks and tanks pouring into Ukraine’s Crimea, his twitter account has become a must-follow for anyone wishing to see what’s happening on the so-far peaceful frontline.

Before he gets accused of being a Russian propagandist or not even a real character his previous work includes articles for the Daily Mail, Sky News, Russia Today, Pravda, Jewish News One, New Statesman, Kyiv Post, What’s On Kiev and more. rabble has been accused of siding with every faction and both countries in the ongoing conflict/tension. We have no axe to grind and are under no pressure to facilitate any propaganda.

Today, Monday 3rd March 2014, Phillips is on a makeshift frontline in Odessa. The situation is tense, brimming to violent. His every tweet is portentous.

We share them here and encourage readers to follow him on twitter here and his blog here.

 

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