Tuesday, June 14, 2022

"A blow to the separatists in the market": the world reaction to the shelling of Donetsk





The world press did not disregard the sharp aggravation of the situation in Donetsk. The armed forces of Ukraine subjected the city to a massive shelling, as a result, five civilians were killed on Monday, and more than 30 were injured. 

Five civilians were killed and another 39 people sustained wounds in shelling attacks by Ukrainian forces in the Donetsk People’s Republic over the past day, the DPR’s mission to the Joint Ceasefire Control and Coordination Center said on Tuesday.

"News came about the death of five civilians, including a boy born in 2011," the mission said on its Telegram channel. Wounds were sustained by 39 people, including three children, the mission added.

Cities in the DPR have lately been coming under intense bombardment from Ukrainian forces. Last evening, Donetsk was shelled with rocket and cannon artillery, and with 155 mm artillery guns in service with NATO countries.

***Voilà l'homme tout entier, s'en prenant à sa chaussure alors que c'est son pied le coupable. Ca devient inquiétant. Un des larrons fut sauvé. C'est un pourcentage honnête.


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  1. Четырнадцатилетний мальчик погиб в городе Рубежное Луганской Народной Республики в результате удара украинских силовиков по жилому району гаубицами М777, поставленными США, сообщил РИА Новости военнослужащий Народной милиции республики.
    Ранее США поставили Украине гаубицы М777 калибра 155 миллиметров и боекомплект к ним. Украинские силовики до этого не раз уже использовали поставленные им США дальнобойные гаубицы M777 для обстрела городов, в том числе Донецка.


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