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Moscow / President Vladimir Putin / President Petro Poroshenko / Russian #1146865

CBS Evening News for Friday, Feb 06, 2015
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There was no deal today to stop the fighting in Ukraine. The leaders of France and Germany were in Moscow trying to persuade Russian President Vladimir Putin. They'll keep trying. Rebels armed by Putin are fighting to break away from Ukraine in Europe's bloodiest war in nearly two decades. Fifty three hundred are dead nearly a million are out of their homes today. There was a brief ceasefire and Elizabeth Palmer witnessed what happened next. With the shelling on temporary hold convoys of buses w...
Reporter(s):
Elizabeth Palmer
Duration:
00:02:29

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