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00:00:01
>> Recovering in a Ukrainian hospital with wounds to the head and stomach, this man tells journalists he'd been walking along a path when a mine blew up in front of him. But he's among the luckier ones caught up in a renewed flare of violence in the East, where an offensive by pro-Russian separatists has killed seven Ukrainian soldiers and at least two civilians.
00:00:24
As the death toll rises, Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko in Berlin meeting his German counterpoint on Monday. Merkel, who helped broker the Minsk ceasefire, saying the security situation is worrying.>>
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> It's the deadliest flare-up in the East since mid-December, despite attempts to renew a ceasefire last month.
00:00:47
Both sides accused the other of violating the pact on a near daily basis. Close to 10,000 people have been killed since fighting between Ukrainian troops and rebels seeking independence from Kiev first erupted in 2014.