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MOSCOW, May 3. /TASS/. The situation in Donetsk is relatively calm, the city administration said on its website on Sunday.
"As of 17:00 local time, the situation in Donetsk was relatively calm. No combat operations are reported. No reports about incidents are coming from civilians. All utilities services and repair teams are working in routine regime," the release said.
Donetsk’s Kievsky district came under dense artillery shelling from the positions of Ukrainian troops in Opytnoye and Avdeyevka overnight from May 2 to May 3. About a hundred shells hit the area damaging about 20 apartment houses and a school building. Representatives of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and journalists inspected the area that had come under shelling.