11.06.15 SouthFront Daily Digest

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Tragedy in Nigeria, massacred Shiite recruits in Iraq, Malaysian “Boeing” hit by Porshenko’s regime, Pope waits Putin, Ukraine will not pay loans, Europe blames FIFA.

 

  1. 43 Killed in Boko Haram Attacks in Northeast Nigeria

11.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestAt least 43 people have been shot and killed in the latest Boko Haram attacks on the three villages of Matangale, Buraltima and Dirmanti, located in Nigeria’s restive Borno State. The gunmen then looted homes and set them ablaze, according to witness accounts.

Earlier in June, militants killed at least 31 people in the city of Maiduguri, the capital of Borno State. A suicide bomber hit a busy cattle market in the locality at the heart of the Boko Haram insurgency.

Materials of Sputnik

  1. Ukraine Warns Bailout Could Be Derailed

11.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestUkraine Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk and Finance Minister Natalie Jaresko, in Washington to win approval for the next payout of International Monetary Fund loans and to seek stronger support from the U.S. “If there is no acceptable solution on a consensus basis, we are ready to impose a moratorium,” the prime minister said.

The best solution for Ukraine to get a new loan and continue a punitive war. What can be better for the western sponsors?

Materials of WSJ

  1. European MPs support review of FIFA’s award of World Cups to Russia, Qatar

11.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestThe European Parliament has adopted a resolution urging the dismissal of all corrupt FIFA officials and a review of all of the football governing body’s decisions in the last decade, including awarding the 2018 and 2022 World Cups to Russia and Qatar.

It looks like a good combination of the US to isolate Russia and cut all ties. Politics “out” of sport

Materials of RT

  1. Nearly 600 “martyrs” of ISIS massacre exhumed from mass grave in Iraq

11.06.15 SouthFront Daily DigestThe remains of almost 600 Iraqi soldiers believed to have been massacred last June by Islamic State militants have been exhumed at the Speicher military base in Iraqi Tikrit, the country’s minister announced.

Hundreds of captured Iraqi soldiers, mostly Shiite recruits from the base, were summarily killed.

Inhuman actions of ISIS proves it as one of the most dangerous global threat.

Materials of RT

  1. Pope Francis respectfully honors Putin

11.06.15 SouthFront Daily Digest

There aren’t many world leaders prepared to keep the Pope hanging around for a meeting. Russia’s President is perhaps the only one. Pope Francis discovered this on Wednesday as he waited, patiently, for more than an hour.

Russia pursues its independent global policy by forcing world powers to respect it.

Materials of NBCNEWS

  1. Malaysian “Boeing” over eastern Ukraine hit by missiles “land — air”

It is obvious, if the US and Ukraine had evidence against Donbass they would revealed it on the same day. But they keep calm and continue blaming.

This work of Russian engineers should be directed to the Dutch experts leading the investigation monstrous tragedy. Since the tragedy has happened neither the US agreed to provide space images nor Ukraine provided talks of dispatchers. Why are Ukraine and western partners so shy?

Materials of TASS

ISIS and its African wing Boko Haram is one of the biggest issue on the agenda. Poroshenko’s guilt in “Boeing” tragedy has been revealed by JSC Concern VKO “Almaz-Antey”. Pope Francis respectfully honors Putin waiting Russian leader more than one hour. The US continues pressing EU to take away the right to hold the World Cup 2018.

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