Fighting in the restive eastern regions of Ukraine have killed at least three Ukrainian servicemen in the last 24 hours, according to a statement by Kiev military officials. Advertisements
Ukrainian military officials have announced that one Ukrainian Army serviceman was killed and four others were injured in fighting in the country’s restive eastern regions.
A Ukrainian journalist has been killed by shelling in the country’s restive eastern region, despite a standing ceasefire between the two sides.
Footage has emerged of a domestic television crew in eastern Ukraine being forced to flee from a huge explosion, after mortar fire hit a gas pipeline in the area.
Intense fighting in eastern Ukraine, particularly around the embattled town of Debaltseve, has threatened to undermine a ceasefire agreed between both sides.
A column of fifty tanks and 40 missile systems was reported crossing into eastern Ukraine from Russia overnight, as peace talks finished in success in Minsk.
A huge explosion at a military chemical plant in rebel-held Donetsk rocked eastern Ukraine, after residents reported the blast smashing windows and shaking the ground.
At least 27 people are dead and several more injured after rockets hit a busy market in a residential area of the Ukrainian city of Mariupol.
At least 11 people have died and a further 13 are injured after a bus was hit by heavy shelling in eastern Ukraine, near the contested city of Donetsk.
Three more Ukrainian soldiers have been killed in fighting with pro-Russian separatists in the past 24 hours, despite a ceasefire being in place since September.