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All Ukrainian servicemen killed and wounded in June 6 attack served with National Guard

Two men were killed and eight were wounded when a 120 mm mine hit the bunker in Novoluhanske, Ukraine's Interior Ministry reports
11:01, 7 June 2019

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The Ukrainian servicemen who lost their lives and those who were wounded in the last night's attack in Donbas served with the National Guard of Ukraine. The press service of Ukraine's Interior Ministry reported that on June 7. 

'An enemy 120 mm mine hit the bunker on the outskirts of Novoluhanske, Bakhmut district in the small hours of June 7. Two servicemen of the National Guard deceased, another eight servicemen sustained wounds of various degrees of severity', reads the message.

Two Ukrainian servicemen lost their lives in Donbas combat area on early June 7; eight more suffered combat injuries. The Joint Forces HQ reported this on Facebook.

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According to Radio Liberty, another two Ukrainian fighters deceased last night.

Russian occupants shelled Ukrainian position seven times over 24 hours. 

Related: Donbas: Five attacks on Ukrainian positions

In Donetsk region, the enemy attacked Pavlopol and Hnutove, using small arms and heavy machine guns. In Luhansk region, hostile troops opened fire in Travneve and Zaitsevo; they used 122 mm artillery and 120 mm mortars, automatic grenade launchers, small arms and heavy machine guns.

Related: Donbas: Four Ukrainian servicemen die over last 24 hours

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