Donetsk voters uneasy over Ukraine election

Separatists in country's eastern region vow to disrupt presidential poll, forcefully closing down electoral buildings.

    Ukrainians are preparing to vote in next week's presidental election.

    Separatists in the east of the country, however, are trying to disrupt the poll and are forcefully closing down local electoral buildings.

    In the city of Donetsk, some people say they are too scared to go to the polling stations.

    Al Jazeera's Kim Vinnell reports from Donetsk.


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