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    September 5, 2016

    UAF shells Donbass villages, ceasefire still in tact

    September 5, 2016 - Fort Russ News- 
     - Roman Veprev, Antifashist - translated by J. Arnoldski

    The fragile ceasefire is still preserved, but the number of shellings has begun to rise. IF yesterday only 9 shots from small arms were heard, then today it’s come to talking about mortar and artillery shelling.

    Over the past 24 hours, the DPR’s territory was shelled 37 times. Infantry fighting vehicles, grenade launchers, and small arms were fired. Yesterday morning, the village of Sakhanka was shelled by mortars. Fortunately, there were no victims or destruction.

    Around 8 at night, Dokuchaevsk came under shelling. 122 caliber artillery opened fire on the city’s outskirts. The city of Yasinovataya and Spartak village were shelled by mortars.

    Over the night of September 4th-5th, the village of Trudovskie west of Donetsk was also fired at. Local residents, already having gotten used to silence, reacted surprised on social networks. 

    As a result of mortar fire, three apartments on Petrovsky street were destroyed. Going out in the morning, the village’s residents saw shell pits in the roads:

    Meanwhile, Kiev is continuing to strengthen its forces along the contact line. In the direction of Gorlovka around Kodem village and the town of Konstantinovka, DPR intelligence has detected the concentration of infantry fighting vehicles, armored transports, and personnel of the 54th mechanized brigade. In Marinka and Krasnogorovka west of Donetsk, six mortars of 120 mm caliber were recorded. In the city of Artemovsk (Bakhmut), the arrival of two hundred personnel from the special Interior Ministry brigade “Golden Gates” was recorded. 

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