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UKRAINE Kharkov: Biryukove, in the landings 67, 71 (villages are the names of mines)lay dead
https://www.facebook.com/anna.bichik/posts/658060230939044 ^ | 6/27/2014 Yesterday at 1:37pm EEST | Anna Bichik

Posted on 06/28/2014 1:50:12 PM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com

"It's in the PM: we have a PIC. Biryukove, 67, 71 (the villages are the names of mines) in the landings lay dead. A lot. But who are they-separov, the National Guard? We are afraid to move because they might be mined. Police refuses to go, the village head runs services to ... people would be buried, just in a Christian way, whether anybody is killed. And relatives are to be reported... and again, sanitation. but ...everyone is afraid of the trap of mines.

Today we finally saw our National Guard. They are present! Polite, smiling. OUR National Guard with the flag. They say everything is normal now. Locals carry food, cigarettes, warn of ambushes. Locals said separatists not here much. They were expecting the worst, and the population against them.

National guard are surprised by the Ukrainian dialect, and the respect for Ukraine military, and the hatred of separatists because it's the East. They say they are waiting for an order to strike [separaists] already knowing where they hide. But, you cannot shoot during truce. But, they [sepaatists] were shelling every day."


TOPICS: Foreign Affairs; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: military; ukraine

1 posted on 06/28/2014 1:50:12 PM PDT by UMCRevMom@aol.com
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