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Mr Plotnitsky could only muster the support of the military police, the prosecutor’s office and his personal protection forces.Luhansk front-line military formations, which are reportedly integrated into Russian high command, largely kept out of the argument.Spokesmen for the official leadership of the Luhansk People’s Republic – the Russian-backed breakaway statelet – were less sure.They could only say “everything” was "under control." To all but the slowest of wits, it soon became clear an attempted coup was underway – led by the head of the republic's Interior Ministry, Igor Kornet.On Monday morning, Luhansk’s leader Igor Plotnitsky had tried to fire his minister, but the move backfired.

Leeann Tweeden says that after he forced his wet kiss on her it was so bad, she thought of him as "fish lips" afterwards.

Cossack leader Pavel Dryomov was killed in Stakhanov in December the same year.

The Luhansk leadership blamed Ukrainian subversive groups for all three murders.

In January 2015, Alexander Bednov, commander of the “Batman” battalion, was killed in Luhansk under suspicious circumstances.

In May 2015, the “poet commander” Alexey Mozgovoi was assassinated near Alchevsk.

Leeann Tweeden says that after he forced his wet kiss on her it was so bad, she thought of him as "fish lips" afterwards.Cossack leader Pavel Dryomov was killed in Stakhanov in December the same year.The Luhansk leadership blamed Ukrainian subversive groups for all three murders.In January 2015, Alexander Bednov, commander of the “Batman” battalion, was killed in Luhansk under suspicious circumstances.In May 2015, the “poet commander” Alexey Mozgovoi was assassinated near Alchevsk.By Tuesday evening, pro-Plotnitsky forces had hunkered down in government buildings and on patrols. By night-time, new convoys of military equipment had entered the city – reportedly from the neighbouring Donetsk People’s Republic. Ukrainian officials suggested that Mr Plotnitsky had fled to Russia overnight, but on Wednesday morning, the under-pressure leader published a defiant photograph of him working at his desk in Luhansk.