Situation in Donbas: Situation developments in Donbas demonstrate a total aggravation (UPDATE)

13:48 Nov. 13, 2016

Situation developments in Donbas demonstrate a total aggravation (UPDATE)

Ukrainian soldiers (UNIAN Photo)

The number of militant attacks has significantly increased for the past 24 hours; one civilian reported killed

Update: The press office for Ukraine's Defense Ministry has informed about one civilian killed during the militant attack against the village of Tonenke near Avdiivka, Donetsk sector. 

Story: For the past day, Russian-backed proxies have fired at the Ukrainian army positions 64 times using artillery and grenade launchers, according to Ukraine's ATO HQ report.

There have been 15 cease-fire violations in the Luhansk direction, 6 – in Donetsk and 43 – in Mariupol sector.

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The Mariupol direction, which is a constant hot spot on the ATO map, has witnessed provocations near Maryinka and Shyrokyne.

Separatist forces used 152mm and 122mm artillery, mortars, grenade launchers, small arms and armored personnel carriers to attacks the Ukrainian Armed Forces in Talakivka, Krasnohorivka, Vodiane, Bohdanivka and Taramchuk.

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Small arms, mortars and 122mm artillery were applied by militants against Novozvanivka, Troitske, Malynove and Krymske.

As reported, four Ukrainian servicemen have been wounded in the ATO zone overnight. 

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