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Pro-Russia Activists Set Up Checkpoints in Ukraine's Far Easti
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Patrick Wells
March 23, 2014 5:53 PM
In far eastern Ukraine near the Russian border, pro-Russian activists have set up protest camps and checkpoints to monitor Ukrainian government troop movements and to try to protect weapons stockpiles. Patrick Wells reports from Artemovsk, Ukraine.

Pro-Russia Activists Set Up Checkpoints in Ukraine's Far East

Patrick Wells

Published March 23, 2014

In far eastern Ukraine near the Russian border, pro-Russian activists have set up protest camps and checkpoints to monitor Ukrainian government troop movements and to try to protect weapons stockpiles. Patrick Wells reports from Artemovsk, Ukraine.


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