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Russian news agencies: 1 killed, 1 injured by Ukrainian shell near border

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Sunday, July 13, 2014 5:56 AM EDT
MOSCOW


Russian news agencies are reporting that a Ukrainian shell has hit a Russian border town, killing one person and injuring another.

Sunday's reports say the shell hit the courtyard of a residential building in the Russian town of Donetsk. The town borders Ukraine's restless east, where a separatist insurgency has waged a three-month long battle with the Kiev government.

In an interview with a local radio station, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Grigory Karasin promised the act would be met with "an appropriate response," but gave no further details.

Russia has made repeated claims that settlements along its porous border with Ukraine — which the West and Kiev say is a key supply route for the rebels — were hit by Ukrainian fire, but no deaths were previously reported.










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