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DONETSK – The rumble of tank shelling and mortar exchanges comes in waves, startling flocks of crows. For hours there can be silence here in the center of Donetsk, only for the quiet to be shattered as clashes between Russia-backed separatists and Ukrainian government forces resume, mainly around the city’s wrecked airport and in the fiercely contested village of Pesky.

Russian occupants in Donetsk push for territory. Voice of America reports how criminal groups in occpied Donbass  dismiss Minsk peace deal

Russian occupants in Donetsk push for territory. Voice of America reports how criminal groups in occpied Donbass dismiss Minsk peace deal

Ukrainian serviceman stands in front of his touch base in Pisky village, Donetsk Oblast on Oct. 25.

Russian occupants in Donetsk push for territory. Voice of America reports how criminal groups in occupied Donbass  dismiss Minsk peace deal

 

But the bangs and thumps can come from virtually anywhere around Donetsk, and they all testify to the collapse of a cease-fire agreement reached two months ago between the warring sides fighting in eastern Ukraine.

The truce agreed in the Belarusian capital of Minsk has been breached nearly 3,000 times since its was inked on September 5, according to the Organization of Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), which monitors the accord’s observance.

Cease-fire all but dead

Ukraine’s representative to the OSCE, Ihor Prokopchuk, said the cease-fire is all but dead. Others argue it started dying the moment it was signed.

Read the story here.

 

Keywords: Donbass, Minsk deal, Russian occupants, war in Ukraine, Russian agression, Russian occupants, Donetsk, Voice of America, criminal groups, occpied Donbass, Minsk peace deal

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How volunteers Support Ukrainian Army and How Ukrainian Army resists Russian Invasion and corruption in Ukraine 

Video footage by a Volunteer showing how the Russian Armed Forces are invading Ukraine and supporting international terrorists in an attempt to tear Ukraine’s industrial heart away. Thousands of men, women and children have been killed, raped, tortured and taken hostage. The violence continues.

After years of mismanagement, the Ukrainian state is in dire need of support and its depleted armed forces now depend on outside donations and aid. As Ukraine’s new president and government move to repair the damage caused by years of negligence and corruption, numerous volunteer groups are helping to save their brothers, sisters and the Ukrainian state.

This video shows regular people delivering aid, food, water and clothing to the front lines. Take a look.

 

 

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