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Number of attacks in ATO zone decreased, but still remains high, - OSCE
20:57, 12 November 2016
Number of attacks in ATO zone decreased, but still remains high, - OSCE

OSCE SMM observers documented decrease in hostilities in comparison to yesterday

20:57, 12 November 2016

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Representatives of the Special OSCE monitoring service documented a decrease in the number of attacks in Donbas in comparison with the previous day, but the overall level remains high. This was reported by the OSCE press office on Facebook.

"In the Donetsk and Lugansk regions OSCE SMM reported a decrease of ceasefire violations compared to the previous day. However, the overall level of the number of bombings remains high (more than 800 and 200 explosions, respectively)," - said in a statement.

It is noted that observers refined messages about injuries caused by shelling in a residential area of Troitske settlement controlled by the government and in the industrial zone of Almazne under the control of LNR.

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