April 22, 2014

Ukraine's Renewed Offensive in East

Noah Rayman, Time

The Associated Press

Ukraine’s acting prime minister called Tuesday for security forces to resume “counter-terrorism” operations in eastern Ukraine after two bodies, including one of a local politician, were reportedly found in the region with signs of torture.

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