Five trucks from a controversial Russian aid convoy have arrived at a border crossing as they return from Ukraine, according to reports.
Reuters report that other aid vehicles also appear to be heading for the crossing.
A convoy of 220 lorries carrying humanitarian aid had crossed the border into Ukraine without permission, causing international condemnation.
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