Kostyantynivka

Kostyantynivka

(kəstyäntē`nəfkə), Rus. Konstantinovka, city (1989 pop. 108,000), in the Donets Basin of Ukraine. It is an iron, zinc, steel, and glass making center.
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AFP reporters near the eastern town of Kostyantynivka, where rebels seized the town hall on April 28, saw a pro-Russian checkpoint abandoned and smouldering and barricades being hastily erected in the centre.
Monday also saw proA[degrees]Russian separatists seize a local government building in Kostyantynivka in eastern Ukraine as the US and EU prepared to impose fresh sanctions against Russian individuals and companies.
Elsewhere in the east, pro-Russia militants wearing masks gained another foothold, seizing a city hall building and police station in the city of Kostyantynivka, 100 miles from the Russian border.
And pro-Russia militants seized a police station in Kostyantynivka.
Kalashnikov-toting militants on Monday seized the town hall of Kostyantynivka — the latest of more than a dozen towns held by pro-Russian rebels.
Gunmen wearing uniforms with no insignias moved into the local administrative building in Kostyantynivka on Monday morning and raised the flag of the self-proclaimed "DonetskRepublic".
The rebels took another town on Monday morning, seizing the police headquarters and municipal administration building in Kostyantynivka.
Reporters near the eastern town of Kostyantynivka saw a pro-Russian checkpoint abandoned and smouldering while barricades were hastily erected in the centre.