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Activist: People of Slaviansk want peace

A quiet morning passes in Slaviansk a day after a deadly shootout threatens to shake an already fragile agreement. Sunday's gunfight killed at least three people and triggered more tensions between Moscow and Ukraine's Western-backed government. Residents wandered near the barricades Monday, where supporters handed out cigarettes and traditional Easter cakes. One activist said he and his fellow protesters just wanted to be free of Kiev and its new authorities. (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) SLAVIANSK ACTIVIST, ALEXANDER, SAYING: "The people hope that the whole world will hear us at least, and that there's not a falsification of facts of what's happening here. All the people of Slaviansk and Donbass want peace, so that we are left alone. If someone doesn't like us, just let us live independently. Even if we live without Russia, if without Russia, then at least independently." Last week, Russia, Ukraine, the U.S. and the EU reached a deal in Geneva aimed at ave

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