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Ukrainian Foreign Ministry: 'Terrorists are shelling the convoy’s possible route with mortars' (UPDATES)

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Aug. 22, 2014, 2:05 p.m. | Kyiv Post+ — by Ian Bateson, Katya Gorchinskaya, Kyiv Post+

Lorries, part of a Russian humanitarian convoy, wait for permission to leave from the Donetsk-Izvarino customs control checkpoint for Ukraine on Aug. 21, 2014.
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Ian Bateson

Ian Bateson was a staff writer at the Kyiv Post in 2014.

Katya Gorchinskaya

Katya Gorchinskaya is the managing editor for investigative programming at Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (Ukraine Service). She served for seven years as the Kyiv Post's deputy chief editor from 2008-2015. Follow her on Twitter @kgorchinskaya.

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The Ukrainian Foreign Ministry has warned that separatists are shelling a possible route that a Russian humanitarian convoy could take to Luhansk.

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