Shot Artillery Kills Many Civilians Ukraine, a new round of negotiations fail
A large number of civilians killed by artillery fire in eastern Ukraine on Friday, while a new round of peace talks between Kyiv and Russian-backed separatist failed to materialize.
A Ukrainian police held her in a ceremony in Kharkiv, Ukraine, before his departure to the eastern region of the country to war, after the collapse of peace talks between Kyiv and pro-Russian separatists.
Donetsk city government in rebel-reported that five people were killed by artillery fire while waiting for humanitarian aid outside a cultural center, while two others were killed when artillery fire on a trolley bus anywhere else in the city.
City officials blamed the attack on the Ukrainian government forces. But the National Security and Defence Council of Ukraine government blamed the attacks outside the cultural center was done rebels, and said the death toll was seven.
Ukrainian military on Friday said five soldiers were killed and 23 others injured in the last 24 hours.
Ukrainian authorities also reported that seven civilians were killed Friday by artillery fire Debaltseve rebels in the city, the railway junction that connects the main towns in the province of Donetsk, Luhansk and controlled by separatists and the site of intense fighting this week.
Meanwhile, peace talks were originally performed Friday in Minsk failed to materialize after two separatist delegates who had come to the capital of Belarus announced that talks were canceled and that they return to Moscow.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko has called for a new round of peace talks to respond to the increasing recent fighting in eastern Ukraine. Last week, the rebels announced that they launched a new offensive and no longer recognizes the ceasefire agreement signed last September.
The ceasefire has been violated repeatedly, with each side blaming the other party's breach. (VOA)