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Russians keep Ukrainian representatives, OSCE from inspecting mine blast site in Horlivka

Three children deceased due to stepping on a landmine; the town is held by the Russian militants
10:33, 3 October 2018

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Russia's representatives did not let the Ukrainian law enforcers and OSCE observers visit the site of the landmine explosion in Horlivka, Donetsk region. Three kids deceased upon walking on the explosive device. Iryna Gerashchenko, the first deputy speaker of the Ukrainian Parliament, posted this on Facebook.

'Russians and their marionettes, predictably, refused, and the crime scene remains blocked for visits of the international observers,', Gerashchenko said.

She also added that Boris Gryzlov, Russian representative in the Minsk talks group, said that the children allegedly 'stepped on an American landmine.'

Since Tuesday morning, Russian mercenaries attacked Ukrainian positions in Donbas 34 times. That resulted in casualties among the Ukrainian forces, as one Ukrainian serviceman deceased, and another two more were wounded. The Joint Forces Operation HQ reported this on Facebook. 

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