Russians certain men should provide for their families — pollSociety & Culture October 17, 8:52
Egypt invited to Astana talks on Syria as observer — sourceWorld October 17, 8:15
Russia dismisses UK media claims on oil products supplies to TalibanRussian Politics & Diplomacy October 16, 21:37
Poll shows Russians satisfied with life, ready for hard timesSociety & Culture October 16, 21:06
FIFA: Indian schoolteacher and her son to attend 2018 World Cup opener in Moscow for freeSport October 16, 20:23
Operation in Syria nearing completion — Russian defense ministerMilitary & Defense October 16, 19:54
Russian Navy’s aviation to get 10 upgraded antisubmarine warfare helicopters a yearMilitary & Defense October 16, 19:23
Soviet youth festival: memories from the pastSociety & Culture October 16, 18:01
Russian-US outer space flight simulation project kicks off in NovemberScience & Space October 16, 17:42
DONETSK, April 7. /TASS/. One hundred servicemen and civilians have been killed in the self-proclaimed Donetsk People’s Republic since the beginning of the year in shelling by Ukrainian troops, the press service of the DPR’s human rights ombudswoman Darya Morozova said on Friday.
"In a period from January 1 to April 6, 2017, one hundred people, including 90 servicemen and ten civilians were killed in the Donetsk People’s Republic," the Donetsk News Agency quoted it as saying.
Apart from that, according to the press service, as many as 197 people, including 90 civilians of whom 18 were children under 18, were wounded over that period.
In all, since the outbreak of the conflict a total of 4,389 people, including 597 women, have been killed in the DPR.