Drunk Russian soldiers in the occupied Donbas voluntarily left the place of dislocation of their unit and committed a robbery.
Russian servicemen of "9th Assault Separate Motorized Rifle Regiment of Marines" (Novoazovsk, Donetsk region) were forbidden to leave the territory of the military base.
Photos showing how looters plundered the mansion of former Ukrainian President Yanukovych's Prosecutor General Pshonka have been released on the Internet.
Some Ukrainian enterprises in the territory occupied by terrorists are taken out and re-assembled in Russia; some are sold for scrap.
Russian mercenaries in the Donbas filmed videos of looted territories controlled by the Vostok battalion terrorists.
'DPR" mercenary, who was detained by the 8th separate Aratta company of Pravyi Sector volunteer corps on June 13 near Shyrokyne, turned out to be Russian citizen Roman Tolstokorov.
Journalists of Russian Novaya Gazeta traveled together with mercenaries from Ural, Russia, who changed their mind about fighting for the "LPR" and decided to go back to Russia, and found why they decided not to stay in the Donbas.
The Federal Migration Service of the Russian Federation rendered the lists of migrants from the Donbas for the terrorists to be able to confiscate their homes and property being left in the occupied territories.
Russian troops continue to take military equipment from factories in the Donbas, in particular, from Elektronmashstroi factory in Luhansk.
New facts perfectly describing "the Russian world" and its inhabitants and their norms of "morality" in the south-east of Ukraine continue to show up on-line.
There is a photo of the order addressed to all DPR military units that appeared online. The order demands to hand over passengers’ belongings found at the crash site of a Malaysian Boeing-777 to the DPR Defense Fund.
Tony Tyler, head of the International Air Transport Association, says about it in a special statement.
According to NSDC, the terrorists, most of whom are in a state of an alcoholic intoxication, impede the crash scene investigation conducted by international specialists. Militants use victims' credit cards and collect valuable personal belongings from the bodies.