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Bellingcat published new evidence of Russia’s military presence in Ukraine

The Google Earth search engine unveiled satellite images that show the situation on the border between Russia and Ukraine on August 26, 2014, during the peak of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Bellingcat published new evidence of Russia’s military presence in Ukraine

The Bellingcat volunteer journalist group published a new report with the satellite images showing the deployment of Russian military vehicles and artillery weaponry, as well as newly laid tracks to Ukraine, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to UA Wire.

The dates of these satellite images coincide with a major surge in Russian activity in Ukraine near the border crossings, including when Russian soldiers were seen in the Ukrainian villages of Kumachove and Ulyanivsk, which are located ten kilometers from the border.

It should be recalled that earlier the Bellingcat published a report on the results of the investigation that identified the Buk anti-aircraft missile system that downed Malaysian Airlines Flight 17 as originating from Russia’s 53rd Anti-Aircraft Missile Brigade of Kursk.