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Ukraine: Yatsenyuk calls Mariupol strikes 'terrorist attack'01:02

Ukraine: Yatsenyuk calls Mariupol strikes 'terrorist attack'

Ukraine, Kiev
January 24, 2015 at 19:46 GMT +00:00 · Published

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk laid the blame for the Mariupol strikes upon 'Russia and separatists' in Kiev, Saturday. Reports state that 30 civilians were killed in the attacks.

The Ministry of Defence of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DNR/DPR) released a statement denying responsibility for the attack, saying the militia do not possess weapons capable of reaching Mariupol. According to the Ministry, members of the DNR/DPR were holding fort at Novoazovsk, a town 40 kilometres (24 miles) from the city. Kiev has blamed anti-Kiev forces for the attack.

Ukraine: Yatsenyuk calls Mariupol strikes 'terrorist attack'01:02
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Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk laid the blame for the Mariupol strikes upon 'Russia and separatists' in Kiev, Saturday. Reports state that 30 civilians were killed in the attacks.

The Ministry of Defence of the self-proclaimed Donetsk People's Republic (DNR/DPR) released a statement denying responsibility for the attack, saying the militia do not possess weapons capable of reaching Mariupol. According to the Ministry, members of the DNR/DPR were holding fort at Novoazovsk, a town 40 kilometres (24 miles) from the city. Kiev has blamed anti-Kiev forces for the attack.