Ukraine to prosecute captured ‘Russian soldiers’

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18 May 2015 From the section Europe Ukraine says it also seized rifles made for use only by Russia’s special forces Ukraine says it will prosecute two men it claims are elite Russian soldiers captured fighting in eastern Ukraine. The two wounded men were seized in the town of Shchastya, almost 30km (19 miles) from the Russian border. The head of Ukraine’s security service has told the BBC there is proof the men are Russian troops. Russia said the two men were no longer serving soldiers. Rebels in eastern Ukraine said the men were policemen from Ukraine’s Luhansk region. Vitaliy Naida, Ukraine’s security chief, told BBC World News he was “absolutely positive” the men were officers from the…

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