Blowing Up Unexploded Ordnance in Ukraine

Pro-Russian rebels detonate more than one ton of unexploded artillery and mortar shells, rockets and grenades left over from fierce fighting in August 2014 for the Savur-Mohyla strategic height near Stepanivka. Unexploded ordnance, land mines and explosive devices from the conflict have been killing and injuring civilians around eastern Ukraine.

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