A pro-Russian gunman stands next a bomb crater after shelling near Donetsk August 14, 2014. (AFP Photo/Dimitar Dilkoff)
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EU ministers expressed concern Friday at reports of a Russian incursion into eastern Ukraine and threatened a vigorous response if Moscow failed to reverse course.Ukrainian authorities confirmed British media reports Friday that a small number of Russian armoured vehicles had crossed into Ukraine, not far from where an aid convoy from Moscow was trying to reach pro-Kremlin separatists.The incursion was a "gross violation of international law," said Swedish Foreign Minister Carl Bildt, adding that the situation in eastern Ukraine was "disastrous"."Gangsterism" by pro-Moscow separatists was rampant, Bildt said.
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