The victims were two civilians residing in Russia-occupied farm of Sosnovskoe.
Reportedly, a resident of the village, who previously had moved to his relatives in the village of Pervomaiscoe because of the terrorists’ attacks, returned home to the farm with his friend last weekend.
In his home the man found out DPR (Donetsk People's Republic) gunmen, and when protested, one of the terrorists shot him and his friend. As a result of the shooting, two men have been killed, reported 0629 portal.
Local residents reported on the incident. According to them, since the man hadn't got in touch for three days, his parents became concerned. DPR-controlled local police allegedly detained the murderers and they are to be punished. In Mariupol, the deceased man left two children.
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