Pro-Russian protesters break up the words "Ukrainian the Security Service" next to the Ukrainian regional office of the Security Service in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine, Saturday, May 3, 2014. (AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko)
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Ukraine vowed on Sunday to broaden its "anti-terrorist" operation against pro-Russian rebels, as the crisis-hit country marked its second day of mourning after violence that left more than 50 dead.Interim president Oleksandr Turchynov declared two days of mourning on Saturday after brutal violence in Odessa claimed 42 lives and at least 10 died in military operations around Slavyansk.Four others died from gunshot wounds as the violence that has gripped the eastern part of Ukraine spread to the south, which had until then had been spared.Late on Saturday, two Ukrainian soldiers sustained wounds after pro-Russians attacked a local recruitment office in the eastern city of Lugansk, according to local officials. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called his US counterpart John Kerry to demand Washington use its influence over Kiev to stop what he called Ukraine's "war against its own people".In response, Ukraine has reintroduced conscription and placed its army on "full combat alert".Russia denies the charges but has vowed to respond if its interests in Ukraine are threatened.
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