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The Interpreter
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Russian-to-English translation journal, with original analysis and commentary on Russia's foreign & domestic policy.
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Day 877: July 13, 2016

Publication: Ukraine Liveblogs
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In Last 24 Hours: One Ukrainian Soldier Killed, Four Wounded; One Civilian Reported Wounded In Donetsk

One Ukrainian soldier was killed and four wounded yesterday, according to Colonel Andriy Lysenko, military spokesman for the Presidential Administration.

Lysenko said that one soldier had been killed and one wounded as a result of a mortar attack in Zaytsevo, north of separatist-held Gorlovka. Two more were wounded by artillery fire in Krasnogorovka, west of Donetsk, while the fourth was injured by an as-yet unidentified explosive device in Luganskoye, east of Gorlovka.

The Ukrainian military claims that Russian-backed fighters conducted 41 attacks yesterday.

According to the ATO Press Center report, Russian-backed forced used 122 mm artillery and 120 mm mortars in attacks to the north and west of Donetsk city, with further mortar attacks nearer Gorlovka and Mariupol.

In turn, the Russian-backed separatists in Donetsk claim Ukrainian forces opened fire 324 times over 24 hours.

The self-declare Donetsk People's Republic (DNR) accused Ukrainian troops of using heavy artillery and mortars.

The pro-separatist Donetsk News Agency reports that a civilian woman was wounded in the southwest of Donetsk city.

Meanwhile Ukraine's Supreme Court has ruled that several judges violated their oaths when they issued warrants for the arrests of AutoMaidan protesters in December, 2013.

Leviy Bereg reports that the ruling overturns a previous dismissal by the Administrative court, leaving several Kiev district court judges liable for dismissal.

-- Pierre Vaux

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