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OSCE Monitors: Eastern Ukraine Conflict on Brink of Major Escalation

VOA News Thursday, 1 December 2016
The head of the independent body monitoring the cease-fire in eastern Ukraine has told VOA the conflict is on the brink of a major escalation. Alexander Hug says heavy weapons are being used in civilian areas. As Henry Ridgwell reports, pro-Russian rebels continue to block monitors' access to many of the conflict zones.
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