Armed pro-Russian insurgents in Luhansk say they are ready for police raid
LUHANSK, Ukraine -- Dozens of pro-Russian armed men holding the Security Service of Ukraine headquarters don't put down their Kalashnikovs, even in the dining room. Since April 6, when the gunmen seized the government building, they and their hundreds of their supporters in a tent camp outside say they are ready for a police attack at any moment.
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