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Separatists hold their fire in Ukraine’s east amid peace talks led by Kuchma in Donetsk (VIDEO)

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June 23, 2014, 9:21 p.m. | Ukraine — by Christopher J. Miller

Alexander Borodai, the self-proclaimed prime minister of the Donetsk People's Republic, took part in peace talks on June 23 in Donetsk.
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Christopher J. Miller

Christopher J. Miller is an American editor at the Kyiv Post. He is also a regular contributor to Mashable, and has written for GlobalPost, The Times, The Telegraph, The Independent and others. A former U.S. Peace Corps volunteer (Artemivsk, Donetsk Oblast, 2010-2012), he can be reached at millerjchristopher@gmail.com.

ARTEMIVSK, Ukraine – Ukraine’s National Defense and Security Council said on June 23 that Kremlin-backed gunmen in the country’s embattled east ceased fire as peace talks between a former president, a close ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin, separatist leaders and European officials got under way in Donetsk.

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