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The video shows nothing of the disputed sovereignty claims in eastern Ukraine.

Allegations of a car bomb and unfounded claims of an impending attack by Ukrainian forces have increased tensions in areas of Ukraine held by pro-Russian separatists. The New York Times collected footage of the day to analyze several of the claims:

  • Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine made unverified claims that Ukraine used explosives to target the vehicle of one of their military leaders on Friday. Footage shot by pro-Russian media at the scene shows the vehicle damaged in the flames.

  • Earlier, on Friday, separatist leaders warned of an impending attack by Ukrainian forces – an allegation without evidence and which Ukraine denies.

  • Civilians have been called to evacuate, recorded on lines forming cameras at gas stations and ATMs, and appear to be fleeing the area.

  • Just after midnight on Saturday, verified footage showed another possible explosion, this time in Luhansk.

https://www.nytimes.com/2022/02/19/world/europe/what-videos-reveal-about-tensions-in-eastern-ukraine.html The video shows nothing of the disputed sovereignty claims in eastern Ukraine.

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