Separatists cut off Google in eastern Ukraine to prevent locals learning the truth about the war


Pro-Kremlin separatists in the Donbas have blocked access to Google, accusing the tech giant of promoting ‘violence against Russians’.

Rebel leader Denis Pushilin said the search engine was risking the lives of Putin’s forces because of its apparent bias towards Ukraine.

The head of the Donetsk People’s Republic announced the decision on Telegram, a day after the neighbouring Lugansk People’s Republic blocked the US site. 

Russian soldiers fire a 2S4 Tyulpan self-propelled heavy mortar from their position at an undisclosed location in Ukraine today

Russian soldiers fire a 2S4 Tyulpan self-propelled heavy…



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