July 02, 2014 10:26
Ukrainian border guards report overnight fire on Novoazovsk post; one dead, eight injured
KYIV. July 2 (Interfax) - Kyiv has claimed mortar fire on the Novoazovsk border post in the Donetsk region on the Ukrainian-Russian frontier at 2:20 a.m. Kyiv time.
"The gunfire killed one serviceman and four sustained injuries of various degrees," the Ukrainian State Border Service said.
A border detail moving towards the border post also came under fire. Four border guards were wounded, three of them seriously, the report said.
Interfax has yet to obtain confirmations to this report from other sources.
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