Rebels Flee Slovyansk As Ukrainian Forces Recapture Key City – The Washington Post

Rebels, meanwhile, have shot down Ukrainian planes. This is not a complete victory. But the cleansing of Slovyansk from armed-to-the-teeth gangs of animals has great symbolic importance, Poroshenko said, vowing that the military would soon liberate the rest of the rebel-held territories, as well, and promising both humanitarian aid and legal amnesty to civilians in recaptured areas. 1 of 17 Skip Ad Caption Military launches air and artillery strikes against separatists after President Petro Poroshenko suspended a 10-day cease-fire that had failed to bring tranquility to the country. July 3, 2014 A woman who gave only her first name, Valentina, stands in the ruins of a neighbors apartment in Kramatorsk, a city in eastern Ukraines Donetsk region. The neighbor was injured during shelling by Ukrainian troops who resumed battling separatists after a unilateral cease-fire ended. Dmitry Lovetsky/Associated Press This is the beginning of the fight with militants for the territorial integrity of Ukraine, Poroshenko said.
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UFC President Dana White told media members on Press Row that Struve passed out in the locker room and had an elevated heart rate. They thought it was a panic attack, and they hooked him up to the machine, White said, but theyre taking him to do more tests. But Dr. Jeffery Davidson, the UFCs doctor, said on the pay-per-view broadcast that it wasnt a full-on faint for the fighter: He had some palpitations. His heart felt like it was moving quick. We took a look at him. Stefan had a near-fainting spell. Hes doing great right now. Thats the most important thing. The UFC issued a statement on Saturday after the episode: Stefan Struve suffered a non-life-threatening, near-fainting spell backstage, the statement read.
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I thought, Im going to get this thing off me, and I grabbed his nose, Robles said. I was fortunate the shark bit into fat tissue and did not go into my organs. Robles suffered a single bite wound on the right side of his rib cage and was helped to shore by some surfers. He was taken to Harbor UCLA Medical Center for treatment. I still feel pretty shaken up, he told CNN on Sunday. It was pretty scary out there. Witnesses told authorities that 45 minutes earlier the shark bit a baited hook at the end of a fishing line thrown by a fisherman from the edge of the pier and was thrashing around in the water when it bit the swimmer. He was trying to get off the line, said Capt.
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