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A pro-Russian separatist leader predicts the truce with Ukraine "will be over soon", as fighting flares in Donetsk and an airport in Luhansk lies in ruin. Vanessa Johnston reports.
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Ukraine's Mariupol prepares for a possible military offensive that locals hope won't be necessary, while the ceasefire in the east barely holds. Gavino Garay reports.