DOCUMENTARY How did eastern Ukraine become a war front with Russia and what does the conflict that holds several million people "hostages" look like now?

Russia seized Crimea in three weeks and then began destabilizing eastern Ukraine, with paramilitary forces occupying key buildings in many cities in Donetsk and Luhansk regions in April 2014. The Ukrainian army then regained part of the territory, the Russians came back with heavy weapons and troops, and then, without great success, peace agreements were discussed. The conflict in Ukraine has been going on for five years and has left more than 13,000 dead and millions of refugees behind, but attacks and bombings continue to happen and people die on both sides almost daily.

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