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New Bloodbath In Eastern Ukraine

Interfax
May 9, 2014

Three people die, 25 injured in Mariupol – Donetsk authorities

KYIV: Three people died and 25 were injured and brought to hospitals during the forceful operation held in Mariupol, the Donetsk regional state administration healthcare department said in a statement.

“For now, the healthcare department does not possess information of the affiliation of those killed and injured,” the document said.

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Interfax-Ukraine
May 9, 2014

East Ukraine operation will continue regardless of ‘referendum’ decision – Kyiv official

Ukrainian National Security and Defense Council Secretary Andriy Parubiy has announced that the anti-terrorist operation in the east of the country will continue regardless of any decision to be made by representatives of the “Donetsk People’s Republic” concerning their so-called referendum, set for May 11.

The anti-terrorist operation will continue irrespective of any decisions to be made by different sabotage and terrorist groups that are operating in Donetsk region,” he said after being asked what would happen if representatives of the “Donetsk People’s Republic” agreed to cancel their referendum.

The idea of holding such a plebiscite in eastern Ukraine is a “political fraud and a gamble” that has no prospects, Parubiy said.

Parubiy also said that the Ukrainian forces are re-grouping, and there is every reason to hope that this operation will be successful.

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Voice of Russia
May 9, 2014

Child wearing St. George’s ribbon shot in Slavyansk

An unidentified person has fired at a child wearing the ribbon of St. George’s ribbon central Slavyansk, the local self-defense headquarters told Interfax.

“An hour or two ago an unknown person shot a boy aged 12 in central Slavyansk; the child was wearing St. George’s ribbon,” the headquarters said. The bullet hit the boy in the heart and his condition is currently unknown.

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