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Old 01-22-2015, 09:18 AM
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Donetsk Airport, Bus Attack, POW Parading

Donetsk airport, bus attack, POW parading

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a dirty war on the ground and in the media

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shelling at bus stop at Donetsk, where later pow got paraded and beaten by the public
7 dead Assessment still ongoing.

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Fucking grim and sad I see its all kicked off again after a relatively calmish period. Hope Putin is happy.

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Latest from OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine based on information received as of 18:00 (Kyiv time), 20 January 2015
KYIV 21 January 2015
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The SMM continued to monitor the implementation of the provisions of the Minsk Protocol and Memorandum and the work of the Joint Centre for Control and Co-ordination (JCCC). The SMM observed shelling damage and continued shelling, especially in Donetsk city.

In three separate locations in “Donetsk People’s Republic” (“DPR”)-controlled Donetsk city centre – two approximately 3km north-west and one 2.8km west-north-west of the city centre – the SMM observed damage to civilian properties, caused, according to residents, by shells on 19 January. At one of these locations, a resident said a 64-year-old man had been killed and his wife injured. At another “DPR”-controlled location 4km south-west of the city-centre the SMM heard shelling and observed a crater. Residents said a man had been killed in the area on 19 January when a shell struck, and his wife and child had been injured. At another location 8km west of the city centre, the SMM observed damaged residential homes, the result of shelling the previous day, according to local people.
The SMM also observed a crater approximately 30 metres from Hospital No. 17 on “DPR”-controlled Panfilova Avenue in Kuibyshevskii District – 2.6km west of the city centre – caused, according to the hospital manager, by shelling on 19 January. At Kalinsky Central Hospital No. 3 on “DPR”-controlled Ovnatanyana Street – 1.8km east of the city centre – the SMM observed what it assessed to be shelling damage to the front of the building. The deputy director of the hospital told the SMM that the hospital had been hit by shelling on 19 January. He said 16 intensive-care patients had been transferred to other medical facilities, whilst 120 others, including 10 infants, had been discharged because the hospital was limited in its capacity and functioning.

In government-controlled Debaltseve (55km north-east of Donetsk), the director of the education department of the local administration told the SMM that 860 school children were no longer attending class and were instead engaged in distance-learning, as a result of shelling in the city on 19 January. He said the remainder of the 1,290 registered children of school age in the area were believed to have left the area.
While on patrol at a government-controlled location 25km north of Donetsk, the SMM heard approximately 10 outgoing and three incoming artillery rounds.

In government-controlled Staronativka (48km south of Donetsk), the SMM heard six outgoing artillery rounds from a location approximately 5km to the south. A female resident told the SMM that there had been shelling in the village the previous evening and overnight. The SMM observed several shell impacts close to homes, and noted homes which had been damaged, apparently by shells.

A Ukrainian soldier in a hospital in government-controlled Konstantinovka (56km north of Donetsk) told the SMM that he was being treated for injuries sustained at the Donetsk airport on 19 January. He said 80 Ukrainian soldiers in total had suffered the same injuries, manifested in uncontrollable muscle spasms, vomiting and difficult breathing. Some, he said, had become unconscious. Eleven of the soldiers had been transferred to a hospital in Dnepropetrovsk, he said.

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Latest from OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine based on information received as of 18:00 (Kyiv time), 20 January 2015
KYIV 21 January 2015
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The SMM continued to monitor the implementation of the provisions of the Minsk Protocol and Memorandum and the work of the Joint Centre for Control and Co-ordination (JCCC). The SMM observed shelling damage and continued shelling, especially in Donetsk city.

In three separate locations in “Donetsk People’s Republic” (“DPR”)-controlled Donetsk city centre – two approximately 3km north-west and one 2.8km west-north-west of the city centre – the SMM observed damage to civilian properties, caused, according to residents, by shells on 19 January. At one of these locations, a resident said a 64-year-old man had been killed and his wife injured. At another “DPR”-controlled location 4km south-west of the city-centre the SMM heard shelling and observed a crater. Residents said a man had been killed in the area on 19 January when a shell struck, and his wife and child had been injured. At another location 8km west of the city centre, the SMM observed damaged residential homes, the result of shelling the previous day, according to local people.
The SMM also observed a crater approximately 30 metres from Hospital No. 17 on “DPR”-controlled Panfilova Avenue in Kuibyshevskii District – 2.6km west of the city centre – caused, according to the hospital manager, by shelling on 19 January. At Kalinsky Central Hospital No. 3 on “DPR”-controlled Ovnatanyana Street – 1.8km east of the city centre – the SMM observed what it assessed to be shelling damage to the front of the building. The deputy director of the hospital told the SMM that the hospital had been hit by shelling on 19 January. He said 16 intensive-care patients had been transferred to other medical facilities, whilst 120 others, including 10 infants, had been discharged because the hospital was limited in its capacity and functioning.

In government-controlled Debaltseve (55km north-east of Donetsk), the director of the education department of the local administration told the SMM that 860 school children were no longer attending class and were instead engaged in distance-learning, as a result of shelling in the city on 19 January. He said the remainder of the 1,290 registered children of school age in the area were believed to have left the area.
While on patrol at a government-controlled location 25km north of Donetsk, the SMM heard approximately 10 outgoing and three incoming artillery rounds.

In government-controlled Staronativka (48km south of Donetsk), the SMM heard six outgoing artillery rounds from a location approximately 5km to the south. A female resident told the SMM that there had been shelling in the village the previous evening and overnight. The SMM observed several shell impacts close to homes, and noted homes which had been damaged, apparently by shells.

A Ukrainian soldier in a hospital in government-controlled Konstantinovka (56km north of Donetsk) told the SMM that he was being treated for injuries sustained at the Donetsk airport on 19 January. He said 80 Ukrainian soldiers in total had suffered the same injuries, manifested in uncontrollable muscle spasms, vomiting and difficult breathing. Some, he said, had become unconscious. Eleven of the soldiers had been transferred to a hospital in Dnepropetrovsk, he said.

http://www.osce.org/ukraine-smm/135671
Yeah, read that just before. Crazy situation going on there.

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Just wait until better weather comes. If you have two sides going at each other in shit weather then you better believe things will ramp up when the sun shines.

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Putin is a terrorist...

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