Former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych gestures as he answers journalists questions during his press conference for foreign media in Moscow on February 21, 2017. / AFP / Natalia KOLESNIKOVA
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Former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych has urged U.S. President Donald Trump to act to stop the war in eastern Ukraine that he blamed on "irresponsible actions" by Kiev and the West.The armed conflict in eastern Ukraine which was sparked by pro-Russian separatists in March 2014 has now killed more than 10,0000 people.- Letters to Putin, Merkel --In his letter to Trump, Yanukovych repeated his claims that "unidentified snipers" attacked both police and protesters.Yanukovych said he now lives in the Rostov region of southern Russia, where he gave news conferences soon after leaving Ukraine.
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