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 OSCE recorded explosions in occupied Donetsk

The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) observed numerous cease-fire violations in the Donetsk region as well as explosions outgoing from Donetsk.

Censor.NET informs citing the situation report by the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission as of March 13.

The report reads: " Whilst in Donetsk city in the evening hours of 11 March, the SMM heard seven explosions (four outgoing and three undetermined explosions) 7-10km north-west and north-north-west of its position.

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"The next day, whilst at the Donetsk central railway station ("DPR"-controlled, 6km north-west of Donetsk city centre), the SMM heard more than 132 undetermined explosions, 45 bursts of 30mm cannon (BMP-2), heavy-machine-gun and small-arms fire at locations ranging from north-west to east-north-east at 2-8km from its position. On the evening of the same day, while in Donetsk city centre, the SMM recorded one undetermined explosion 7-10km north-west of its position.

"On 13 March, whilst at the Donetsk railway station, the SMM heard 16 undetermined explosions, 32 bursts of heavy- and light- machine-gun fire, 11 single shots of small arms, mostly at locations ranging from the north to the west at 3-6km from its position."

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