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Ukrainian shelling injures 5 civilians in Donetsk Republic during past 24 hours

Investigation ongoing into terrorist attack on head of Russian house - Central African Republic PM

 Donetsk: At least five civilians sustained injuries as a result of Ukrainian troops’ shelling in the Donetsk People’s Republic (DPR) over the past 24 hours, the DPR Territorial Defense Headquarters said on Saturday.
“Over the past day, from 08:00 local time [05:00 GMT] on January 20 to 08:00 on January 21, five civilians were injured as a result of Ukrainian armed formations’ shelling on the territory of DPR,” the defense headquarters said on Telegram.
The republics of Donetsk and Luhansk proclaimed their independence from Ukraine in 2014, amid an armed conflict with Ukrainian forces. In February 2022, Russia recognized the DPR and LPR and launched a military operation in Ukraine in response to calls by the two breakaway republics to help defend them from Ukrainian troops. The republics were incorporated into Russia after referendums in September. 

Central African Republic Prime Minister Felix Moloua has said, ‘It is too early to draw any conclusions regarding the assassination attempt on Dmitry Sytyi, the head of the Russian House in the Central African Republic, as the investigation is still ongoing.
“The investigation is ongoing. Today we do not have any information, it is all still under investigation. We will wait for the conclusions and see,” Moloua said. 
(UNI/SPUTNIK)

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