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Reports: 100,000 'yes' ballots for referendum intercepted in Sloviansk

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May 10, 2014, 6:53 p.m. | Ukraine — by Kyiv Post

Ukraine's anti-terrorist operation in Sloviansk seized 100,000 'yes' referendum ballots.
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A group of armed Kremlin-backed rebels in possession of a 100,000 ballots already marked with a ‘yes’ vote for the May 11 referendum in Donetsk Oblast were captured and the ballots seized during the Ukrainian government’s anti-terrorist operation near the rebel-occupied city of Sloviansk on May 10.

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