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MOSCOW, July 20. /TASS/. In the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR), 6 people were killed over the past week, 13 others sustained wounds, the Donetsk News Agency (DNA) reports on Monday, citing a weekly report on the social and humanitarian situation in the region by the DPR ombudswoman Darya Morozova.
"Between July 11 and 17, 2015, six people died as a result of hostilities, among them one woman and five men. Also, 13 people were taken to hospital, among them 11 civilians and two soldiers," the ombudswoman’s report says.
In addition to that, six people were reported missing and illegally detained between July 11 and 17. "This number includes five civilians and one service member," the DPR human rights ombudswoman’s office said.
DPR ombudswoman Darya Morozova earlier reported that the number of people detained by the Ukrainian side had reached 1,500.