Ukrainian Town Cut Off By Military Struggles to Survive

April 09, 2015 04:52 PM
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In eastern Ukraine, villages cut off by military front lines are on the brink of a humanitarian crisis. Ukraine's Kyiv government can't seem to get supplies in supplies and pro-Russia separatist forces have not been able to restore war-damaged services in towns behind their lines. Next week, European leaders are to meet in Germany to discuss Ukraine's cease-fire and concerns for civilians. As Adam Bailes reports from Krasnohorivka, the needs grow rapidly in many communities.