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 Ukrainian observers show damage caused to Triokhizbenka houses in recent militants’ mortar strike. PHOTOS

The Ukrainian observers of the Joint Center for Control and Coordination of the cease-fire showed the scale of destruction inflicted by the Russian mercenaries after their shells impacted Triokhizbenka village in the Luhansk region on Nov. 9.

Censor.NET reports citing the statement of the anti-terrorist operation (ATO) headquarters press center.

The observers said several houses suffered substantial damage being hit by large-caliber mortar shells fired by the Russian-terrorist forces upon the village's residential neighborhood.

"Three mortar shells with caliber of 120-mm and 82 mm hit the area near Donetska and Vakuliuka Streets in a residential neighborhood of Triokhizbenka village on the night of Nov. 9.

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"The ordnance explosions damaged the walls, foundation and roofs of the houses, shattered he glass. Shell craters were found in the inner yards of abandoned residential houses. The shelling caused no civilian casualties," the report reads.

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