A mined cache with shells was found in Opytne
The Security Service of Ukraine found a cache with ammunition in the yard of an abandoned building in the village of Opyntne (Yasynuvata district of the Donetsk region). The cache was mined with a trip wire with F1 grenade. It consisted 9 boxes which contained 162 shells for 30 mm automatic cannon.
2 men died in a mine explosion in Maryinka
On November 13, at about 9 a.m. a father and a son died not far from Maryinka in the vicinity of the demarcation line. The “Lanos” which Maryinka residents were riding in tripped a mine. As a result of the explosion, two men (29 and 60 years old) died instantly.
“Public Radio” to start broadcasting in the Donetsk region
“Public Radio” is to start broadcasting in a number of the Donetsk region towns. The programmes are to be broadcast in the Russian and Ukrainian languages and the radio is to appear on air on November 16 in Volnovakha (RF 66.05 Mhz and 103.8 Mhz), Kramatorsk (RF 103.2 Mhz), Krasnoarmiysk (RF 99.6 Mhz). The radio is going to start broadcasting in the Luhansk region by the end of November.
750 officers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs refused to reassign to the police
750 officers of the Ministry of internal Affairs of the Donetsk region did not pass the first stage of reforming the interior ministry units into the National police. These officers had resigned before the attestation.
Slovyansk police officers who made locals work for militants were detained
The investigation department of the Prosecutor's Office of the Donetsk region finished the investigation into the case of two police officers who are accused of collaboration with the “DPR” militants. During the pre-trial investigation it was determined that in April 2014, when the town of Slovyansk was occupied by the representatives of the “DPR” terrorist organization, a detective of a criminal investigation department and a detective of a criminal police for children affairs of the Slovyansk town police department started collaboration with the militants instead of performing their duties and fighting against them. Being members of the illegal “DPR” organization, the officers detained the locals illegally in order to take them to checkpoints later. There the local residents were illegally kept for several days and forced to work.