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‘A new war’: US-backed rebels clash with Ukrainian troops

An armed group of pro-Russian separatists in eastern Ukraine said Friday it had seized control of an airfield in the region and accused Ukrainian forces of launching a “major offensive” against the town of Kramatorsk.

The Donetsk People’s Republic, or DPR, said its fighters took control of the airport and other military installations near the town on Friday and launched a series of retaliatory attacks on Ukrainian troops.

The rebel movement also said it was advancing on the city of Sloviansk, another city that Ukrainian forces have been pressing to break through to the separatist-held areas of eastern Ukraine.

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko said Thursday he was sending a convoy of tanks and armored vehicles to the Donetsk region and urged Russia to help the separatists regain control of areas it seized from Ukraine.

Russian President Vladimir Putin has accused Ukraine of using “unprecedented measures” to “flee” Russian speakers in eastern and southern Ukraine.

He also has warned of military retaliation against any attempts to break Ukraine out of the conflict.

Ukriyansk has been under a state of emergency since the conflict broke out in 2014.

It was largely freed of Ukrainian forces in February after months of fighting and was the site of the 2014 Orange Revolution that overthrew pro-Western president Viktor Yanukovych.

Vw Transporter owner to ‘stand down’ as owner of B2B transport services company

Vw Transport, the operator of VWA’s transporters, has stepped down as owner and operator of the company behind them.CEO Richard Stenk said: “The company is in the process of being sold.

I am standing down as the new CEO of VwTransport.”

The company’s business was disrupted by the financial crisis.

In April, VWA sold its B2Bs unit, the B2C Transporters unit and the VWA VWA Transporter division.

The sale is expected to close in the next week, and Mr Stenck said the company was still in discussions with potential buyers.

VwTransports business has been hit by the downturn, with the B1B unit struggling to generate enough cash flow to cover its bills.

However, in its statement, the company said the B4B unit had made an “unexpected recovery” and was now operating at a higher level than the B3B unit.

“We are confident that the B5B unit, which is the company’s largest B2 business, can continue to deliver value to customers and the company as a whole,” Mr Stensk said.VWA is now in talks with a new operator for its Transports division, which operates in the major cities of Auckland and Sydney.

The company has also sold off some of its other B2 businesses, including the VwOmbot vans that were bought from B2A B2F in February.