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Ukraine News Today June 17, 2017: 47 civilians killed, 222 injured in Donbas year to date; 750,000 children at risk of losing access to safe drinking water, warns UN

OSCE: 47 civilians killed, 222 injured in Donbas year to date The OSCE Special Monitoring Mission (SMM) to Ukraine has confirmed that 47 civilians were killed and another 222 were injured from January 1 to June 15, 2017, Joinfo.com reports with reference to

Ukraine News Today Feb.17, 2017: Separatist leader threatens to launch offensive and seize Ukraine-controlled territory of Donbas; One million children need of urgent humanitarian assistance in Ukraine; Militants launched 66 attacks, 3 soldiers killed, 10 wounded

Separatist leader threatens to launch offensive and seize Ukraine-controlled territory of Donbas The leader of the self-proclaimed “Donetsk People's Republic” Alexander Zakharchenko threatens to launch an offensive on Ukraine-controlled areas of Donbas, Joinfo.com reports with reference to the Russian news agency Interfax. "We

UNICEF says 25 children reported killed in Syria

Quoting reports from its local partners in Syria, UNICEF said health workers were reported to have pulled bodies of children from under rubble in the town of al-Quria in Deir al-Zor province, which is mostly under Islamic State control, Reuters reports. The

UNICEF calls for access to 500,000 children in eastern Ukraine

The United Nations children's agency says the conflict in Ukraine has deeply affected the lives of a half-million children living in areas not controlled by the Ukrainian government and near the front lines of the fighting with pro-Russia separatists, Voice of

UNICEF is alarmed by possible disease outbreaks due to untreated water in Donbas

UNICEF is alarmed by the threat of the possible disease outbreaks due to untreated water in Donbas, where nearly 3 million people are in need of clean water, according to the press service of the international organization, Joinfo.ua reports with reference to