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Today in tweets – June 5

Anti-terror operation is going on. According to ATO forces, more cities are being freed from the terrorists

The operation in Krasnyi Lyman, for instance, went successfully and Ukrainian flag is back on the city administration building and the regional police station

Border control in Marynivka was under attack for a few hours today. Terrorists were shooting at it from both, Ukrainian and Russian territory sides. 4 insurgent vehicles, including KAMAZs and APCs were destroyed

Some of Ukrainian authorities, like Luhansk Airport director and the border control chief, do not have good intentions at all…

Medical supplies are still needed for the soldiers fighting in the Eastern Ukraine. Your help would be highly appreciated

Another fake from Russia. Russian PM Medvedev announced about thousands of refugees from Ukraine and a camp prepared for them in Rostov-on-Don. Rostov authorities declined this statement today

Speaking of fakes, please take a look at a collection of fakes about Ukraine shared by Russia

Meanwhile, activists in Ukraine do not give up and keep working with the experts and government representatives on the reforms

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