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- See Horlivka.
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Coal miners exit voting booths at a polling station in the town of Gorlovka in the eastern Donetsk region, January 17.
Coal miners exit voting booths at a polling station in Gorlovka, eastern Donetsk region
AP Photo - This Oct. 14, 2009 photo shows a mountain of chemical ash in Gorlovka, Ukraine.
Irina Schevchenko, a journalist and director of the local voluntary organization Vita, stands at the foot of one mountain of chemical ash, taller than any building in the eastern town of Gorlovka.
This Oct. 14, 2009 photo shows a burned tree at the base of a mountain of chemical ash next to a nature reserve in Gorlovka, Ukraine.
As a result, the concentration of chemicals in the soil and in the air of Gorlovka is twice as high as normal. "