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Donetsk Residents Anxious for Return to Normal Lifei
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Brian Padden
April 23, 2014 7:52 PM
Away from the two government buildings being held by pro-Russian separatists, normal life goes on in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. But as VOA's Brian Padden reports from Donetsk, many residents are concerned that Ukraine's decision to restart what it calls "anti-terrorist operations" against separatists could draw the entire region into a military confrontation with Russia.

Donetsk Residents Anxious for Return to Normal Life

Brian Padden

Published April 23, 2014

Away from the two government buildings being held by pro-Russian separatists, normal life goes on in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk. But as VOA's Brian Padden reports from Donetsk, many residents are concerned that Ukraine's decision to restart what it calls "anti-terrorist operations" against separatists could draw the entire region into a military confrontation with Russia.


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