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Pro-Russian militants shell Mariinka, Donbas region, two houses damaged

The attack was carried from temporary occupied Trudivske village, Donetsk region
13:50, 26 March 2019

Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine

The pro-Russian militants shelled Mariinka with the use of the 82-mm ordnance and two houses were damaged as a result of it as the Prosecutor General’s Office reported.

The representatives of the illicit armed formations attacked from temporary occupied Trudivske village, Donetsk region.

Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine

Two houses were damaged in the result of it. This fact was proceeded by the Prosecutor General’s Office.

As we reported, Russian occupants have opened fire on two education establishments in Donbas. 

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According to the report of the OSCE SMM that dates back to March 23, 2019, the Mission members spotted damage done to the school building in Petrovsky district in Donetsk. 'It's a 15-cm hole on the altitude of 30 cm above the ground. According to the OSCE patrol's estimates, the damage was done due to the use of heavy machine gun fire', the post reads.

In another case, the team of OSCE SMM reported a hole and several cracks in the window glass on the first floor of the school building located in Golmivsky (the occupied area of Donetsk region). 

Related: 24 hours in Donbas: Two Ukrainian servicemen wounded

Earlier two Ukrainian soldiers were injured in Donbas combat zone. Over the past 24 hours, the Russian occupation troops performed seven attacks. They used Minsk-banned weapons twice, including 82mm mortars and 122mm artillery.

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