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>> Home for Orthodox Christmas under the biggest prisoner swap conducted since Ukraine's conflict broke out in 2014. Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and clergy greeting captives released by pro-Russian rebels. Under the terms of a two-year-old ceasefire deal, 74 Ukrainian prisoners of war were to be exchanged with 306 pro-Russian separatists held by Kiev.
Poroshenko said all 74 are now home, about 100 more Ukrainians remain in rebel hands.>>
> Separatists boarding buses for rebel-held areas late Wednesday It's not clear if all 306 have been released yet. More prisoner exchanges are expected in the new year.
And there's been no immediate response from Moscow. Ukraine and its Western allies accuse Russia of supporting the Separatists with troops, cash, and heavy weapons, which it denies. More than 10,000 people have been killed in Ukraine's war. Casualties still occur almost daily. Despite the 2015 Minsk Agreement that froze frontlines in place.