4.06.2015 Crisis News

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The hard clashes have been going for the neutral settlement Marynka to the west of Donetsk. Kiev’s Armed Forces started offensive actions there yesterday. They were actively using artillery and military rocket launcher systems banned by Minsk agreement. In turn, DPR warriors pushed Kiev’s army from the positions in the settlement. According to the reports, the flag of the DPR is already hoisted over the center of Maryinka. The Ukrainian side disproves the information about the loss of Maryinka and claims that the situation there is under control. Meanwhile, the sporadic clashes are rising at the full length of the frontline in Novorossia.

Kiev forces shelled the capital of Donetsk People’s Republic on Wednesday killing at least 6 citizens and injuring 90 others. The bombardment caused a great deal of destruction at the city’s Petrovsky and Kirovsky districts, over 3,400 houses were damaged. The current escalation of violence is one of the largest since agreements signed the city Minsk in mid-February.

The Yemeni army and fighters with the Popular Committees, including Ansarullah forces, have shelled the communication networks of the Mazhaf military site in Saudi Arabia’s Jizan region. The Yemenis targeted several Saudi military bases and camps on Wednesday. Also, more than 30 rockets from Yemen also struck Saudi military positions at Zahran South in the Asir border region. Meanwhile, fresh Saudi aerial raids in northwestern Yemen killed at least six people. Also, Saudi warplanes intensified their airstrikes on Yemen’s capital of Sana’a.

The Islamic State militants are reportedly pushing to reverse the advances made by Kurdish fighters in the northeastern Syrian province of al-Hasakah. The ISIS launched a major attack on the homonymous and predominantly-Kurdish provincial capital on Wednesday. Syrian state TV said the ISIS elements were battling for the control of a juvenile prison still under construction on the southern edge of Hassakeh and had so far attacked it with five car bombings. Recently, Islamic State militants attacked the provincial capital, advancing about four kilometers into the key city, which is located about 80 kilometers (50 miles) south of the Turkish border city of Qamishli.

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