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hi[edit]

please use this chapter

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:2014_Russian_military_intervention_in_Ukraine#July

you say - and seems to imply that the Ukrainian army hit homes and civilians on purpose, which is unproven.

but it is a very large international official media companies. and there are sources from the United States+England. BBC. And Ukraine, which confirms the fact that was the reality. These facts are interesting. They are spoken in several countries (major media). I agree that the facts of who is at fault is not proven. But if you say that it was not in reality. Give source. I must say! there are 2 options. But the war in Iraq, Afghanistan, Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Libya, and of course the Syrian armed oppositions. That's all - no proof rumors (media only words). at least that is what I use video and witnesses said. And it does not refute. only reason -> recrimination. Answer me. and I will do another edit. Using fewer sources in Russian and in English more. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 89.105.158.243 (talk) 12:24, 7 July 2014 (UTC)

You have not provided any evidence that your claims are a "fact" or "reality". You need to provide quotes stating that the Ukrainian army attacked civilians deliberately, rather than accidentally hit civilians while targeting insurgents. Name the person making this allegation so that Wiki readers can decide if he or she is reliable. Then add it to an appropriate article. "Russian military intervention in Ukraine" is about RUSSIA's actions, not the Ukrainian army's.Hergilei (talk) 12:55, 7 July 2014 (UTC)

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