It is possible to see cars without license plates. Taxi drivers say these cars are seized by militants. Self-styled leader of the so-called "DPR" Alexander Zakharchenko has armored cars and armed mercenary guards. Ukrainian journalists showed video of his cortege.
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Since the beginning of the curfew, which the "DPR" has not canceled, sounds of artillery can be heard in the city. The militants continue to shell the Ukrainian positions from the residential quarters of Donetsk in violation of all agreements.