RT News - June 28, 2014 (17:00 MSK)

Kurds use the security chaos in Iraq to capture economically vital energy sites, while planning to hold a referendum on finally getting their own independent state; Ukriane's president extends the truce with anti-government forces for three more days. Both sides vow to uphold the ceasefire, but stray shells from sporadic fighting keep hitting the Russian border; Qatari police brutally put down another World Cup workers protest which had been demonstrating against labour conditions that rights groups describe as nothing short of horiffying; The UN is calling massive water cut-offs in the U.S. city of Detroit, a violation of human rights, while authorities are still trying to wring out money from the poorest residents.