A serviceman postures on the APC located of the Ukrainian troops in Donetsk region on August 9, 2014. (AFP/Anatoli Stepanov)
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Five Ukrainian soldiers, who were detained after crossing the border into Russia, have been released back to their unit, which is fighting separatists in eastern Ukraine, Interfax news agency quoted a Russian law-enforcement source on Sunday as saying.Most were returned to Ukraine but Russian investigators said Friday that the five were detained on suspicion of shelling civilian areas of eastern Ukraine and firing into Russia -- a frequent Russian complaint against the Ukrainian military.
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