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MOSCOW, August 12. /TASS/. A resident of Oktyabrsky village in the Kuibyshev district of Donetsk was killed in the evening shelling by the Ukrainian Army, the administration of the Donetsk Kuibyshev district said Wednesday.
"A woman was killed in the shelling of Oktyabrsky village by the Ukrainian Armed Forces, and two other civilians were wounded," Donetsk News Agency quotes a source in the administration as saying.
The source added that two more hits had been registered on Kremlyovsky Avenue and Krasnoznamyonnaya Street. Shell bursts were earlier reported on Luzin, Timur and Vasilchenko streets. "At around 18:00 hours Oktyabrky village again came under massive fire. Due to direct hits, destruction was registered on Timur Street (one house), Vasilchenko Street (three houses) and Luzin Street (one house)," the Donetsk City Hall said.
Information on possible victims is being ascertained.
Oktyabrsky village in Donetsk is regularly shelled by the Ukrainian Armed Forces. Much of the infrastructure has been destroyed and cannot be restored.
Earlier on Wednesday, the Defense Ministry of the self-proclaimed Donetsk Republic (DPR) said that the Ukrainian Army had violated the ceasefire regime 24 times over 24 hours.