Ukraine Conflict (01:51)
Raw recruits train for Europe's worst war since the Balkans; Moscow backs the rebels. See the wreckage of Flight MH17 and recent conflict footage near the city's outskirts.
Humanitarian Aid (02:43)
The lead convoy driver discusses the situation his parents face in eastern Ukraine. Volunteers pack food supplies for those in need; Anastalia's daughter was killed by shrapnel from a Grad rocket.
Donetsk, Ukraine (02:19)
Nearly two thirds of city's population fled. Trouble began after the pro-Russian president fled Kiev and Russia annexed the Crimean Peninsula; pro-Russian separatists captured government buildings. See destruction in the city one year later and night bombings.
Attack Aftermath (03:59)
Residents clean up after a rocket attack; they blame the attack on Ukrainian government forces. Journalism student Olga Kosse remained in the city to help those in need; 12-year-old Igor Tupikava was wounded by shrapnel.
Nikishina, Ukraine (02:19)
A rocket attack destroyed many village buildings. Kosse brings essential supplies to nurse Svetlana Marchenko.
Nikishina and the MH17 Crash Site (02:52)
Marchenko discusses surviving the worst of the fighting in her cellar; many village buildings were destroyed. A memorial marks the deaths of 298 victims; Marchenko recalls miners looking for bodies in the debris.
Russell Bonner Bentley (02:57)
Bentley, Tex, uses the airwaves to fight for the pro-Russian cause; hear portions of a broadcast. Tex discusses defeating fascism; he believes the U.S. government was responsible for the 9/11 attacks.
Novo Russian Foreign Legion (01:58)
Tex watches rebel soldiers training. Russia denies troops play a formal role in the Ukraine conflict.
Nikishina Residents (03:57)
Yefdokiya Kirienko sits in the only room in her house that survived the shelling; the rest of her family takes refuge in western Ukraine. Kosse works to help the villagers; she saves books to rebuild the library. Reporter Matt Brown reflects on the future of Ukraine.
Credits: Ukraine: Republic of Nowhere (00:42)
Credits: Ukraine: Republic of Nowhere
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