Donetsk, Ukraine - A pro-Russian rebel stands guard February 26 while Ukrainian prisoners of war are forced to search through the wreckage of Donetsk’s airport for weapons and bodies. The airport was one of the most heavily fought over pieces of territory before the rebels seized it in late January. Since then, they have pushed deeper into Ukraine despite a cease-fire. Since April of last year, the conflict has resulted in more than 6,000 deaths, with hundreds—civilian and military—in the past few weeks, according to the U.N.’s human rights office.Launch Slideshow 4 PHOTOS
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