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War in Donbas: Militants blew themself up and suffered from big losses in Debaltsevo
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Pro-Russian terrorist troops have suffered from losses in the occupied territory of the Donbas again. The militants blew up themselves on their own minefield in Debaltsevo. One of them was killed while four others were injured, the press service of Ukraine’s Chief Directorate of Defence Intelligence reports.

'We have recorded another loss in the units and formations No. 1 (Donetsk) and No. 2 (Luhansk) of Russian Armed Forces. There was a blast on the militants’ minefield on May 18 and one militant was killed in the area of Debaltsevo while four others were injured. The militants are members of the 7th separate motorized rifle brigade (Debaltsevo), who tried to enter the rear of the ATO forces as part of a sabotage and reconnaissance group,' the statement reads.

The intelligence has established the identity of several Russian officers, who lead the militants in the Donbas. One of them is Russian Armed Forces’ Colonel Alexandr Bushuyev. This man used to make soldiers perform the national Russian anthem wearing gas masks.

At the same time, they revealed the names of more than 2,000 dead and missing Russians in the Donbass.

On February 18, the DPR’s militant urged Russian President Vladimir Putin to withdraw Russian troops from the Donbas as 'they are dying here.' The Russian militaries in their turn are deserting, retiring and leaving the Donbas for Russia.

The FSB ordered the 'mayor' of Donetsk Igor Martynov to hide the bodies of the Russian militaries who died in the Donbas.

As reported earlier to the, terrorist drones strike Ukrainian army again. The situation still is tense. The militants violated the ceasefire 17 times during the last 24 hours, headquarters of military operation reports.

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