International Children’s Day in front-line school

Today, the children of school No 110 in the front-line Petrovsky district celebrated International Children’s Day, and officially opened a summer camp. The schoolchildren sang songs, danced, showed their skills in martial arts. Our comrade Texas put a smile on the children faces by his performance: he sang several of his own songs self-accompanying on guitar.

The school has been repeatedly shelled, the schoolchildren live and study hearing the continuous sounds of the shelling. But on the day like this, they are playing, singing, and having fun. Today is their holiday.

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On the International Children’s Day, Angels campaign took place in all towns of the Donetsk People’s Republic. Thousands of residents of the Republic sent sky lanterns into the air in memory of children taken by the Civil war. In the past three years, over 100 children were killed in Donbass by Bandera Nazis. We remember and mourn each and every one of them. Eternal memory!

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Protect the children!

Today, on the International Children’s Day, the official opening of the memorial to children of Donbass took place in the Lenin Komsomol Park in Donetsk. During the years of the Civil War, over 100 children were killed by Ukrainian army’s artillery shelling. Over 200 children were wounded. Thousands of children live in the front-line zone, and they go to bed hearing the sounds of the shelling.

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China reaffirmed its commitment to the Paris climate accord

China’s coal energy sector has a great share. China is the largest producer of coal in the world. Coal energy sector significantly contributes to the emission of greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. China is moving to reduce the share of coal in its total energy consumption and is looking for alternative sources of energy.

Noteworthy, Western countries often use “environmental” contracts to limit the growth of economies of developing countries, while not always adhering to them on their own. For example, the US has not ratified the Kyoto Protocol, which also limits greenhouse gas emissions.

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Krasnodar and Admiral Essen strike terrorists

It was posted that “The strike targeted the hideouts in the area east of Palmyra, where heavy hardware and scores of militants’ manpower redeployed by terrorists from Raqqa was located. All targets were hit”. In total, four Kalibr missiles were launched from the Admiral Essen frigate and Krasnodar submarine located in the eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea.

Most likely, missile strikes support Syrian government army offensive that is targeting the terrorists’ positions. According to the information, which had earlier appeared in the media, a base where foreign instructors train militants is located in this region.

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