A man holds a Ukrainian flag as he cover the body of a victim of an explosion in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Feb. 22, 2015. (AP/Andriy Marienko)
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Ukraine said Sunday that it feared unrest could spread beyond territory held by pro-Russian separatists, after an explosion killed two people at a memorial rally in an eastern city far from the front line.The rebels said Sunday they would begin withdrawing artillery from the front.But Kiev said Moscow was moving more troops and armor into eastern Ukraine near a port it fears is the next target. Russia denies it has troops in eastern Ukraine.Kharkiv, with 1.4 million people, has occasionally witnessed violent demonstrations by separatists in the past year but is firmly under Kiev's control.The Ukrainian military said the rebels were pressing on with attacks on government forces nearby, and Moscow was reinforcing.Reuters journalists in the village of Zholobok, west of the rebel stronghold of Luhansk, watched as more than 130 Ukrainian servicemen were released in return for 53 rebel fighters.
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