PARIS - Major share markets in Europe and the United State fell on Friday after news that Ukrainian artillery destroyed part of a military convoy that crossed from Russia into eastern Ukraine.
A Russian military haulage truck transporting a self-propelled howitzer 2S19 - MSTA-S seen along a road near the town of Kamensk-Shakhtinsky in the Rostov region, Russia, some 30 km from the Russian-Ukrainian border, on August 15, 2014
At 1515 GMT the Dow Jones index had lost 0.35 percent and the Nasdaq 0.03 percent after opening higher. European shares gave up solid gains, with Frankfurt's DAX 30 slumping 1.01 percent and Paris losing 0.37 percent.
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