Rus­sia’s war against Ukraine has killed at least 2,740 sol­diers

Kyiv Post - - National - BY OLENA GONCHAROVA GONCHAROVA@KYIVPOST.COM

A back-to-school cease-fire that was sup­posed to en­sure stu­dents had a peace­ful re­turn to their stud­ies has al­ready been bro­ken – Ukraine’s mil­i­tary re­ports shelling on Bu­tivka mine close to sep­a­ratist strong­hold of Donetsk as well as Zait­seve and Kami­anka vil­lages overnight Aug. 31.

Ukraine and Rus­sian-led forces had agreed to cease fir­ing on Aug. 25 – ahead of the new school year start­ing on Sept. 1. The agree­ment was backed by the lead­ers of Ukraine, Rus­sia, France and Ger­many. Read the full story at www.kyivpost.com

A memo­rial stone is seen near a de­stroyed Ukrainian tank at front­line po­si­tions near the town of Troitske in Luhansk Oblast on July 29. (Volodymyr Petrov)

Olek­sandr Ro­hovy

Ivan Nosach

Ivan Stor­chak

Ser­hiy Voi­ter

Oleh Popov

Denys Glova

Olek­sandr Boiko

Ser­hiy Ruchka

Olek­sandr Zhuyevych

Va­leriy Fedan

Rostyslav Do­broshyn­sky

Ihor Shapo­val

Volodymyr Zeilyk

Vi­ach­eslav Ivanushkin

Kostyan­tyn Roma

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