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Children killed in ongoing breach of ceasefire

06.11.2014   

On Wednesday two teenagers were killed, and four others injured, by shelling on a sports filed at School No. 3 in Donetsk.

The city authorities reported at 18.30 that the situation in the city was extremely tense with explosions and shelling heard throughout the day.

There is no indication as to who was responsible for the shelling – and for the young lads’ deaths.

Pavlo Klimkin, Ukraine’s foreign minister called on the OSCE to send observers to Donetsk to investigate. 

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