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Ukraine crisis: Donetsk activists ignore Geneva deal

18 April 2014 Last updated at 12:35 BST

Pro Russian activists in eastern Ukraine are showing no sign of ending their occupation of government buildings and police stations.

This follows the international deal in Geneva endorsed by Russia and the US. Under the agreement the groups must disarm and leave. In return there will be an amnesty.

In the city of Donetsk, however, the protestors say they are going nowhere.

James Reynolds reports.

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