Wednesday, August 10 2016 11:20 EEST
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Eastern conflict: 28 attackes in Donetsk and Mariupol direction, 6 attacks – in Luhansk region
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Russian occupational forces 62 times attacked Ukrainian Army positions

Russian occupational forces 62 times attacked Ukrainian Army positions. 28 of them in Donetsk and Mariupol direction, 6 times – in Luhansk region, according to ATO HQ. Occupants used 122 caliber heavy artillery in the village of Luhanske, violating Minsk agreement. Strongholds in Avdiivka, Verhnyotoretske, Kamyanka and Novoselivka Druha were shelled from 82-mm mortars 10 times. Besides that, the enemy shelled from grenade launchers and heavy machine gun, according to 112.international.

Fortifications near Zaytseve, Luhanske, Novhorodske and Nevelske were shelled from grenade launchers and machine guns. Enemy used armoured vehicles in Verkhnyotoretsk, Novhorodske an Mayorsk.

Militants fired from anti-aircraft installation in this direction.

In Mariupol direction they fired from 122-mm and 82-mm mortars at Ukrainian army positions in Krasnohorivka, Talakivka, Novotroyitske and Shyrokyne with more than 100 mines. Enemy fire from grenade launchers and heavy machine guns hit Hnutove. The enemy used armoured vehicles actively in Shyrokyne and Mariinka. A sniper shot twice.

There were small arms provocations in Berezove and Vodyane.

Enemy fired from mortar launchers, mounted and anti-tank grenade launchers in Novoaleksandrivka in Luhansk region. Popasna was hit with small arms.

The enemy is conducting an extensive air reconnaissance. 8 times UAVs were noticed in Shyrokyne and Vodyane directions, in Luhansko-Troyitske and near Donetsk itself during previous 24 hours.

As reported earlier by 1492news.com, 6 residential houses damaged and several shells exploded near the city hospital in Krasnohorivka during shelling by militants

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