Ukraine Firestorm as the Violence Intensifies

New deal in the works with Russia, the Ukraine and Europe to end the violence.
1:47 | 04/17/14

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Now to the other breaking story this evening. The dramatic pictures coming in from Ukraine. The gun fire extinguisher ploegss on camera and coming as we learn from president Obama of a new agreement with Russia. The question now, will it work? President Putin holding a call-in show and who called it? It made global headlines. Alex Marquardt from Ukraine tonight. Reporter: Molotov cocktails and bursts of gun firement three were killed. Today the aftermath. A destroyed police car. We're told the gun fight lasted several hours between the two sides here on one of these police vehicles. You could see bullet holes from the weapons of the protesters. But today that hoped to end the violence with a deal from Europe. That illegal armed groups disarm and Ukraine give amnesty to the pro Russian protest tors. I don't think we can be sure of anything at this point. I think there is this prospect that diplomacy may deescalated the situation. Reporter: President Putin's call lasting four hours. Questions from across Russia. Even from Snowden. Putin saying that Russia has historic claims to eastern Ukraine and he reserves the right to send in troops. This is as the crisis has taken on a darker dimension. Accusations that antti semetic fliers calling on Jews to register. If this message is a hoax, will this deal ease these tensions.

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