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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 1133: March 26, 2017

Publication: Ukraine Liveblogs
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3 Ukrainian Soldiers Killed; 4 Wounded, 4 Concussed in 81 Attacks Russia-Backed Forces; Grads Used in Attacks

A woman stands before her gated cottage near Avdeyevka, damaged in shelling by Russia-backed forces. Photo by Donetsk Region Police.

Russia-backed forces attacked Avdeyevka again today with 120-mm mortars and Grad missiles; according to preliminary information, 3 Ukrainian soldiers were killed, Ukrainska Pravda reported, citing the ATO [Anti-Terrorist Report]. The Donetsk Region Police reported that 18 homes were damaged; they uploaded pictures to their site. 

Elsewhere on the front line, 4 Ukrainian soldiers were wounded and 4 concussed, the ATO reported. 

Translation: Avdeyevka (Avdiivka): Militants shelled the ATO forces' stronghold, 3 soldiers killed.

The ATO Press Center uploaded a video of damaged homes in Avdeyevka.

The ATO said elsewhere on the front line, 82-mm, 122-mm and 152-mm artillery were used along with Grad missiles. 

Shirokino also came under fire again: 

Translation: Militants fired on Shirokino with mortar-launchers and anti-aircraft systems.

Translation: ATO Headquarters: Militants opened fire 81 times on Ukrainian positions; 8 are wounded and concussed.

-- Catherine A. Fitzpatrick 

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