Ukrainian Troops Bomb Church near Luhansk

admin | 07 July 2014
TEHRAN (FNA)- Ukrainian troops bombed a church in Krasnodon near Luhansk in eastern Ukraine.

“The church had been erected in memory of the 80 miners killed by a methane explosion at a local mine in March 2000,” self-defense fighters of the Luhansk People’s Republic (LPR) said, Interfax reported.

“Fighting in Krasnondon has been going almost daily,” a LPR source said.

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