Donbas: 15 attacks from Russia-backed militants spotted
Shelling continued in all directions
According to anti-terrorist operation press center, 15 attacks were spotted over the last 24 hours.
Russia-backed troops engaged fire with 120 and 82 mm mortar near Leninske, Novhorodske and Opytne. They attacked Avdiivka, Butivka coalmine, Troyitske, Novoselivka, Novozvanivka, Pavlopil with automatic grenade launchers.
The enemy opened fire from small arms in Luhanske and Bohuslavske direction. A snyper was spotted near Novozvanivka.
"Russian troops conducted fire from artillery near Toretske area. One civilian was found shot dead and several houses were damaged due to the shelling", reads the statement.
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