Three people were killed and 13 injured in eastern Ukraine as pro-Russian separatists fought with Ukrainian national guard troops outside their base in Mariupol. It was the worst violence in eastern Ukraine since the insurgency began. Holly Williams
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Published: 2021-03-19 06:08 pm
Eastern Ukraine tensions turn deadly
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