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Thousands of panicked refugees are flooding highways and packed trains heading out of the main remaining rebel strongholds in eastern Ukraine fearing attacks by government forces who lost 30 soldiers to defiant militants.
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Meet Arsen Pavlov, aka "Motorola." Short in stature, and with a gap-toothed smile and a sling around his injured right arm, he is called a "legendary rebel" by Russian media.
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On July 5th the news coming from Slovyansk exceeded the horror we knew was coming when the militia departed.
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SLOVIANSK/DONETSK, Ukraine - Finally free from the clutches of Russian-backed separatists who abducted her, Hanna, a pro-Ukraine activist from Donetsk, tells a dispiriting tale.
Dozens of Ukraine's government troops have been reportedly killed after local militia shelled pro-Kiev military forces with Grad rocket launchers.
ISRAEL says international pressure won't stop the nation from acting "with all power" against Hamas, as the region slides closer to all-out war.
A body lies on the ground near an apartment building damaged by shelling in Mykolaivka, eastern Ukraine, Saturday, July 5, 2014.
Last week, Natasha decided she had seen enough. Her hometown of Kramatorsk, in east Ukraine , was pocked by airstrikes.
WSJ's Lukas Alpert joins Lunch Break with Tanya Rivero to discuss the heavy fighting in eastern Ukraine on Friday that left at least 23 government soldiers and border guards dead and 93 wounded.
Ukraine's president vowed vengeance in blood after 19 troops were killed in an insurgent rocket attack Friday, and residents of the rebel-held city of Donetsk began fleeing in large numbers for fear of a government siege.
Tens of thousands have fled in the wake of ongoing fighting between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
A new Amnesty International report on Friday highlighted the "hundreds" of abductions and incidents of torture by pro-Russian separatists in Ukraine, and also criticised the excessive force used by government forces.
A company official says the path of saltwater that spilled from a pipeline in western North Dakota extends for nearly 2 miles and has left behind a 200-yard-long stretch of dead vegetation.
A Ukrainian soldier sits on an armoured vehicle at a position near the eastern Ukrainian city of Konstantinovka July 10, 2014.
Testimony Victoria Nuland Assistant Secretary, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs Statement Before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee Washington, DC July 9, 2014 Chairman Menendez, Ranking Member Corker and members of this committee-thank you for the opportunity to speak to you today on the situation in Ukraine and for your personal ... (more)
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 08:34 pm
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