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Pro-Russian Militants Seize More Public Buildings in Eastern Ukrainei
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Henry Ridgwell
April 13, 2014 2:02 AM
Pro-Russian militants in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk have forced the local police chief to resign, after storming police headquarters. Armed pro-Russian groups also took over police buildings in the nearby city of Slovyansk, seizing firearms. Henry Ridgwell reports from Donetsk.

Pro-Russian Militants Seize More Public Buildings in Eastern Ukraine

Henry Ridgwell

Published April 12, 2014

Pro-Russian militants in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk have forced the local police chief to resign, after storming police headquarters. Armed pro-Russian groups also took over police buildings in the nearby city of Slovyansk, seizing firearms. Henry Ridgwell reports from Donetsk.


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