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Cobalt International News is the largest international news organization in the world, but its coverage of Ukraine is far less well known than the rest of the world.
The news agency has a long history of pushing the Kremlin line, but it has recently become a target of the Ukrainian government, which has accused it of fomenting unrest in the country and of encouraging separatists to take action.
One of the main stories the Cobalt network does in Ukraine is the story of the Russian-Ukrainian border, which it has reported on for years, but now appears to be under threat by a new and even more violent force.
The Russian-backed separatists have been pushing into the territory of the Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, and have taken control of several strategic bridges connecting Crimea with the rest and eastern Ukraine.
The government is using the conflict as a pretext to annex Crimea, and the Cobald’s report on the border is a key element in that effort.
The Cobald reported on the recent events in Ukraine and how the separatist takeover has created a humanitarian crisis.
Ukraine’s President Petro Poroshenko has made a point of emphasizing the need to take care of its border and its citizens.
The Ukrainian government is currently pushing to take control of the region of Crimea, but Cobalt has covered that battle in a way that’s far more nuanced than the usual Kremlin-friendly reporting.
The report on Crimea’s borders, titled “Crimea’s Border Crisis: Russia’s Military Invasion and its Effects on Crimea,” takes a nuanced view of the situation.
It notes that the conflict has created an influx of Russian refugees, and that the Ukrainian military has taken measures to combat this influx, including building a new road to the Russian border and establishing checkpoints.
The article argues that the Russian invasion and occupation of Crimea is a matter of international law and international law is not a blank check for the Russian government to push in Ukraine.
Cobalt’s Ukraine reporter, Anton Gerasimov, explained the Cobalde’s report in an interview with The Daily Beast, saying the Ukrainian border was not an international border but was a piece of territory controlled by Russia.
“Ukraine is an autonomous republic, it is part of Russia, and it has its own laws,” he said.
“I don’t think the Russian military can simply cross into Ukraine from the Russian side of the border.”
Cobalt says that it is not the Ukrainian media’s job to influence the country’s borders and that it has been a long-standing policy to cover the Ukrainian side of international borders.
It’s a policy that has been followed by other international news agencies, and was even reflected in the Russian media’s coverage of the conflict.
However, the Cobalts report on Ukraine does not go as far as some of the reports in the Ukrainian press.
It does not mention the conflict at all.
“Ukrainians are not being told that their government is trying to take over the Ukrainian territory,” said Gerasov.
“They’re being told by the Russian press that it’s an invasion, a war, that it will lead to a Russian invasion.”
The Ukrainian military did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Cobald is a well-known Ukrainian news agency that was started in 1992 by two former reporters who had covered news in the United States and Germany for years.
The outlet is one of the most influential outlets in Ukraine, which is currently in the midst of a civil war between Ukrainian forces and pro-Russian separatists.
The war has been going on for months, with a ceasefire agreed last week between the Ukrainian and Russian governments.
Russia has denied the cease-fire and says that the rebels have violated the terms.
But Russia and the Ukrainian army have clashed repeatedly, with the government claiming that Ukrainian forces have used heavy artillery, while the rebels say they’ve used only tear gas and stun grenades.
The conflict has seen some of its most significant incidents taking place on the ground, with both sides using chemical weapons against each other and the conflict having killed more than 4,000 people.
Cobalter is one that has a lot of influence over how the world sees the conflict, and its coverage has been an important part of the story in Ukraine over the years.
Cobalde began covering Ukraine in 2006, after the fall of the Soviet Union.
The network had a good relationship with the Ukrainian leadership, and Gerasimov and Gerasusimov left the country in 2009, but Gerasims return to Ukraine began in October of this year, when Cobalt reported on what appeared to be an attack by separatists near the Ukrainian city of Odessa.
According to the Cobalfa report, a Russian fighter jet had attacked the Ukrainian air base near Odessa, and one of its pilots reportedly attempted to fire a missile at the Ukrainian plane.
The plane’s pilots had the missile destroyed before it could reach the ground.
According the report, the rebels had also been planning an attack on the Ukrainian base, and there