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On Feb. 19, one day before the latest attempt at a ceasefire in Ukraine, 51-year-old Vitaliy Yermolovich sat in the ruins of his home in Avdiivka in eastern Ukraine and laughed.
"So, it'll be the 30th ceasefire?" he said, looking toward his neighbour, Telman Salimov, who fled the conflict in Karabakh nearly 30 years ago for the safety of Ukraine.
Salimov ignored the question, remaining focused on the emergency workers below who scurried between massive slabs of cracked concrete and debris.
They steadfastly searched for any documents that might have survived the late afternoon shelling, which simultaneously destroyed four apartments.http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/avdiivka-russia-borys-1.3997731