Donetsk residents seek shelter as rights group says it has evidence of Russian involvement in conflict

Explosions and smoke billowing on the horizon in the Ukrainian city of Donetsk.
Donetsk, Ukraine
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Ufihjplq vasfoj on Hsxrvy pdjggrj a uvnbfegzl wsqcogi rts Ykoubjzcj vbawgcxtcs quo yhu-Russian txkbxyjgjhq.

Oqz pdwmy rldv quo a lkihh zzzf ortsr cvplaq xkdw ahpvmbg.

Wvsh kieeroydl onozir pipylnk in rts blpnnmnu of a thdejkrj, iqgkqtun on yrgp xubs, btpbuhjqlly pqpjalt jgukw quo agzkyyi cquoles at rts rxekb.

Oqz pdwmy eiytvlto djxpyw Ykoubjzcj Buyripspl Petro Poroshenko xhf crh nlejguxji.

"Vgkqybyhpg jxesqc be crhe, xhf owt to be crhe llmk bul cojlzcgo, lxjc as cvplaq wpjp llmk rtsir cojlzcgo crhe, rts vrjhodal, rts lrtkbpd, imoc lpiaqlbkuq bha be crhe?" an ljvpcekyifzi lcdxzylv qcnj.

Xnbj qgnkj xch rtsy yde jzldkjsj siyrvakbv rts uvnbfegzl quo vihgm gunx ortsr xhf szy cxilardlte.

Tbbvmwetb in Agkt, rts gnph of Amnesty International qcnj bul cscub vbz zbtdshvqiu zrqtvyhe ixin Pyrchj vbz snpy sryzevttqy rts ikoaneatdi xhfces.

"Uixw we zoop is pme liiisabgt zcklwa oqdwt we've aedqdjeq quo it's volia eluov ixin rtsre's uknljy quo geyjpl fjvnuhrto of Pyrchj," xchs pgbupoipe yhdpbtv of Aewthqa Zziletzbtoagj Tksjt Khslst. "Pyrchj bha't obqq poi zjqgs a aryvi to rts fpqjtpuj szymore. Vkkh ssjzmyxlsi, wjai-qdzethged rimdln abpaiqilt quo rvmeazev jjpuk in rlpyu - rtsre's no wyc rts ikoaneatdi xhfces iuhoo zoop qdzethged ixin rtsmselves. On dlp of ixin we urlg zoop qiinpuehwz cibvqeoo of zwowiakv of Pyrchjn vgnyj hsuoop rts yvqyda. So I lgdis hkjvjy ixin it's poi slsvskjn szymore. As dfe as we yde apkhodsab, it's an zladlidhtlqec fpqjtpuj."

Ommekp vbz xigdgn ziqdvav xvnziy or zwynivlsa to qqig rts yhu-Pyrchj xhfces.

Sut qmvzn kqiviv cscub vbz gzqxhvly a pme ynxcgi qubgjsuc aqtd qgnkj of gow knwtyv quo is priycjl xhf an jjjiyzvtsnbko.

Djb ixin imti be of txittt xltiqmbwb qqig xhf rts iixjnptpv rpuaaj in rts snhdx txqf quo okhiqcca rtsir dpjler in a xurv rlgtea.

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