The attacks hit Luhansk, Kharkiv, and Donetsk last weekend, Sloviansk, Kramatorsk and Druzhkovka this weekend.
With other areas—for example, Kramatorsk in particular—I have huge questions.
Pro-Russian separatists seized a column of armored vehicles from Ukrainian soldiers in the city of Kramatorsk on Wednesday.
The original plan was to go to Kramatorsk but, she says, it seems the Ukrainian army has captured that town, too.
As far as Kramatorsk is concerned, in the eyes of Kiev, at least, things are also going swimmingly.
And the facts on the ground in Kramatorsk also bear no resemblance to what is being claimed in Kiev by government officials.
“They are not traitors,” said Alexander Ivanov, a pro-Russian activist in Kramatorsk, putting a generous spin on the surrender.