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At least three police officers have been killed and dozens of police officers and protesters wounded in clashes in Kiev after a vote to give greater powers to separatist regions in eastern Ukraine.
Separatist control of these regions, including the border with Russia, has remained unchanged for months. Violence between the two sides has waned in recent weeks and the number of cease-fire violations has decreased, but the situation remains tense.
The latest cease-fire in Ukraine, brokered by Germany and France and put into effect on Feb. Both Ukraine and the Russia-supported separatists claim they removed all heavy weaponry from the buffer zone by the March 7 deadline. But fighting has continued in some areas, including Donetsk, Horlivka and Mariupol.
Ukrainian soldiers retreated from Debaltseve, a strategic railroad hub, where intense fighting raged in recent days despite the cease-fire agreement. As many as 8, Ukrainian soldiers were trapped, surrounded by Russian-backed militants who had taken control of the main road.
It was unclear how many of the soldiers survived and avoided capture. Ukraine controls this section of the road, though heavy fighting has been reported. Ukrainian soldiers who were trapped in Debaltseve escaped through farm fields. Pro-Russian rebels began capturing villages in eastern Ukraine last summer. The focus of the conflict in eastern Ukraine has shifted to the industrial port city of Mariupol. Ukrainian military officials reported that national guard units have begun an offensive against the pro-Russian rebels, who have been massing their forces near the city.