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 Over 1,600 people disappeared in Donetsk region since Russian aggression, - National Police

Since the beginning of Russia's terrorist aggression, more than 1,646 people have gone missing in the Donetsk region.

Censor.NET reports citing Interfax-Ukraine referring to the press service of the National Police Main Department in the Donetsk region.

"Since the beginning of the terrorist aggression, more than 1,646 people, including 13 children, 85 elderly persons, 24 police officers, and two journalists, have gone missing in the territory of the Donetsk region," the press service reported on Monday.

According to the National Police, the fate of 781 missing persons has been uncovered, while 91 people "will never return to their loved ones."

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