In Novoazovsk in southeastern Ukraine, city officials bowed to the demands of pro-Russian militants and hoisted the flag of the self-styled Donetsk People’s Republic just below the Ukrainain flag. But they’ve rejected the militants’ demand to cancel voting in national presidential election. (Roy Gutman/MCT)
In Novoazovsk in southeastern Ukraine, city officials bowed to the demands of pro-Russian militants and hoisted the flag of the self-styled Donetsk People’s Republic just below the Ukrainain flag. But they’ve rejected the militants’ demand to cancel voting in national presidential election. (Roy Gutman/MCT) McClatchy
In Novoazovsk in southeastern Ukraine, city officials bowed to the demands of pro-Russian militants and hoisted the flag of the self-styled Donetsk People’s Republic just below the Ukrainain flag. But they’ve rejected the militants’ demand to cancel voting in national presidential election. (Roy Gutman/MCT) McClatchy

Russia appears to invade Ukraine, opening 2nd front

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