A woman makes POWs kneel on the ground at a site near the public transport stop where civilians were earlier killed in Donetsk.
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At least 41 people were killed in Ukraine's east Thursday, one of the deadliest days in the separatist war, with a bloody bus shelling in Donetsk as government forces abandoned their defense of the city's strategic airport.With intensifying clashes rocking Donetsk airport in recent days, Ukraine's military said early Thursday that its troops had abandoned most of the site.The trolleybus shelling was among the bloodiest incidents involving civilians in recent months in a conflict that has devastated the ex-Soviet republic's industrial heartland and brought Ukraine's economy to its knees.The talks had been held against the unpromising backdrop of fresh clashes and after Ukraine's president accused Moscow of fueling the war with fresh troops and tanks.
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