A refugee sits in a shelter in the north part of Donetsk, near the airport November 20, 2014. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (UKRAINE - Tags: CONFLICT)
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The fighting in eastern Ukraine has killed nearly 300 people in the last month despite a cease-fire and has violated people's rights so much it could amount to war crimes, U.N. rights investigators said Thursday.A new report from the U.N. team in Ukraine said at least 4,317 people have been killed in the conflict that began in mid-April and the number of people internally displaced by the violence has risen sharply in the last month to nearly 466,830 in all.A top Russian official, meanwhile, criticized a U.S. official's comment that Washington should consider supplying weapons to the Ukrainian government, saying that would only expand the conflict.
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