Russian Aid Convoy Starts Again

The Russian aid convoy that stopped on Tuesday after a disagreement over how and where the aid was to be delivered has reportedly started moving again, except not to the agreed-upon checkpoint where it would be inspected by the Red Cross. Instead, the 262-vehicle convoy is headed to the Luhansk region, where much of the border is controlled by rebel forces. Ukrainian officials are afraid the aid mission will allow Russia to make a permanent presence and thus allow it to intervene, while Russia says it has been working with the Red Cross.