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Ukrainian Forces Appear to Make Little Progress in Easti
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Patrick Wells
May 07, 2014 10:19 PM
The Ukrainian government says its military forces have made gains in the east of the country over the last few days, but on the ground, armed pro-Russian separatists still appear to control large swaths of the road between Donetsk and Slovyansk. In Kramatorsk, a town near Slovyansk, civilians say they fear both sides in the conflict but are increasingly angered by the government's military operation. For VOA, Patrick Wells has more in this report.

Ukrainian Forces Appear to Make Little Progress in East

Patrick Wells

Published May 07, 2014

The Ukrainian government says its military forces have made gains in the east of the country over the last few days, but on the ground, armed pro-Russian separatists still appear to control large swaths of the road between Donetsk and Slovyansk. In Kramatorsk, a town near Slovyansk, civilians say they fear both sides in the conflict but are increasingly angered by the government's military operation. For VOA, Patrick Wells has more in this report.


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