b_179_129_16777215_00_images_RUS130621aa001.jpegMARIUPOL, Ukraine — In this city under siege, where many argue the fate of Ukraine rests, citizens are defiant.

“Vladimir Putin, if you can hear me, you’re a dead man,” said Mariupol resident Vladimir Ivanovich, calling out Russia’s president, who is accused of sending thousands of troops into Ukraine to help separatists who have set up breakaway republics in eastern provinces.

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