Censor.NET reports citing Intelligence department of the Ministry of Defense.
A Russian truck, which transported munitions and personnel, tripped a militants' mine on April 2 in the vicinity of Stakhanov town. Seven Russian servicemen (two female snipers among them) of the 6th Separate Motorized Infantry Regiment of the 2nd Army Corps were killed in the explosion.
Five victims were delivered to the morgue of the Donetsk Regional Clinical Hospital on March 31, while three injured Russian soldiers of the reconnaissance unit of the 1st Motorized Rifle Brigade (Komsomol) of the 1st Army Corps were delivered at a special department reserved for the needs of the Russian military hospital.
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On March 29, two Russian soldiers of the 3rd separate motorized rifle brigade (Horlivka) of the 1st Army Corps were killed near Zaitseve. One of the victims was identified as Aleksander Sukharev, a citizen of Russia (resident of Ufa, born 1987).
On April 1, two intoxicated Russian soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Battalion tripped a mine at their own minefield. One soldier died.
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