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Ukraine claims win against pro-Russian separatists in Mariupol

June 13, 2014 — Updated 1530 GMT (2330 HKT) A pro-Russian fighter in Slovyansk, Ukraine, checks a woman’s documents as she leaves the city on Thursday, June 12. After the recent election of President Petro Poroshenko, there is still unrest in the eastern part of Ukraine, where a large separatist movement has arisen in the wake of Russia’s takeover of Crimea. A pro-Russian fighter stands guard at a checkpoint in Slovyansk on June 12. A girl looks out of a bus window as she leaves Slovyansk on Monday, June 9. Poroshenko holds the bulava, the ceremonial mace of the President of Ukraine, during his inauguration ceremony Saturday, June 7, in Kiev, Ukraine. Poroshenko was elected three months…