In this image taken from video a convoy of white trucks with humanitarian aid leaves Alabino, outside Moscow August 12, 2014. (AP Photo/RTR)
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Russia insisted Tuesday the route of its large aid shipment for eastern Ukraine had been agreed with Kiev and will be met by the Red Cross after crossing the border.The convoy of almost 300 trucks was sent in the face of concern by Ukraine and the West that it could be used to aid pro-Russian separatists fighting Kiev's rule.Russia has pushed for a humanitarian mission to the east where Ukrainian troops have tightened their grip following four months of fierce battles with the rebels that have left cities without power, running water or fuel.
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