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Battle In Shakhtarsk Raion
DPR victoryShoot-down of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 DPR forces recapture Savur-MohylaBelligerents Ukraine Donetsk
Donetsk
People's Republic   Russia
Russia
(denied by Russia)Commanders and leaders Lt
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War In Donbass
StalematePro-Russian insurgents take control of parts of Donetsk
Donetsk
and Luhansk oblastsRussian intervention in Ukraine Malaysia Airlines Flight 17
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Shelling Of Donetsk, Russia
On 13 July 2014, mortar shells fired from Ukrainian territory landed in the courtyard of a private home in the border town of Donetsk in the Rostov Oblast of Russia.[1] The shelling killed one civilian and injured two others.[2]Contents1 Background 2 Shelling 3 Aftermath 4 Response4.1 States 4.2 Disputed entities5 ReferencesBackground[edit] Pro-Russian protests began in the neighboring Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine in February 2014 and eventually escalated into an anti-government armed insurgency by April
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2014 Simferopol Incident
Ukrainian military base capturedFirst deaths of the Ukraine Crisis Ukrainian military begins withdrawal from Crimean peninsula the next dayBelligerents Ukraine  Russia Crimea[1]Commanders and leaders Col. Andriy Andryushyn  (Defected to Russia)[2] Col
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Timeline Of The War In Donbass
The timeline for the War in Donbass
War in Donbass
is divided into the some periods listed below. Timelines by months[edit] Timeline of the war in Donbass (April–June 2014) Timeline of the war in Donbass (July–September 2014)
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Siege Of Sloviansk
Armed Forces of Ukraine: Ground Forces Air Force Airmobile Forces95th Airmobile Brigade[8][9] 25th Airborne Brigade[8] Internal Affairs Ministry: National Guard Police Security Service (SBU) SBU Alpha Group Right Sector Ukrainian Volunteer Corps[10] Donbass People's Militia: Pro-Russian local volunteers Cossack National Guard Russian volunteers Russian Orthodox Army Kadyrovtsy[11] 1st Slavyansk Battalion[5] Russian Armed Forces: 45th Airborne Division[12] (Denied by Russia)Strength15,000+ personnel 160 tanks 230 APCs 150+ artillery pieces[13] 20 helicopters[14] At least 2 other aircraft 800[15]–1,000[16] fighters 6 captured APCs[17]Casualties and losses51 soldiers killed, 40 captured[18] 2 SBU agents killed[18] and 3 captured[19] 1 police chief captured[19] 4 Mi-24 attack helicopters,[20] 2 Mi-8 transport helicopters[20][21] and 1 An-30 surveillance plan
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Murder Of Pentecostals In Slaviansk
Murder of Pentecostals in Slaviansk
Slaviansk
is the crime committed in June 2014 in the city of Slaviansk, Donetsk Oblast, in Ukraine during which four members of Pentecostal church, Transfiguration of The Lord, (Ukrainian: Преображення Господнього) were taken and killed by militants of the Russian Orthodox Army.[1][2] Occurring during a period of religious persecution that began in April 2014, the crime caused a great public outcry.Contents1 Background 2 Chronicle of the events 3 Media coverage 4 Causes of the execution 5 Reaction 6 References 7 Bibliography 8 External linksBackground[edit] The Pentecostal church, Transfiguration of The Lord, in Slaviansk
Slaviansk
was formed in 2003 and belonged to the Church of Christians of Evangelic Faith of Ukraine. It bought[clarification needed] a former Palace of Culture building to use for church services
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Battle Of Kramatorsk
Armed Forces of Ukraine: Ground Forces Air Force Airmobile Forces 95th Airmobile Brigade[4] Internal Affairs Ministry:Police Security Service of Ukraine Donbass People's MilitiaCasualties and losses8 soldiers killed[5][6] 5 policemen captured[7]5 APCs destroyed[5][8] and 6 captured[9] 1 mortar carrier,[10] 1 Mi-8 transport helicopter[11] and 1 An-2 transport plane destroyed[12] 60+ killed and 3+ captured[13]11 civilians killed[14][15][16]v t eUkrainian crisisEuromaidanRevolutionPro-Russian unrestOdessa clashes Kharkiv bombingRussian military interventionCrimeaTimeline SimferopolDonbassTimelineSloviansk (Murder of Pentecostals in Slaviansk) Kramatorsk 1st Mariupol 1st Donetsk Airport Luhansk Border Base Il-76 shoot-down Zelenopillya rocket attack Donetsk, Russia Great Raid of 2014 Horlivka Shakhtarsk Raion Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Ilov
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Battle Of Mariupol (May–June 2014)
Ukrainian victory[1]Ukrainian forces regain complete control of Mariupol Mariupol becomes the provisional capital of Donetsk OblastBelligerents Ukraine  Donetsk People's RepublicCommanders and leaders Arsen Avakov S. Demidenko † (Territorial Defence Battalion deputy commander) V
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First Battle Of Donetsk Airport
Armed Forces of Ukraine: Air Force Airmobile Forces Internal Affairs Ministry: National Guard Donbass People's Militia: Vostok Battalion[1][2] Russian Orthodox Army[1][3] Russian volunteers Savage Division (Chechen paramilitary unit)[4][5][6]StrengthUnknownSu-25 Mi-24200 fighters[7]Casualties and lossesNone[8] 33–50 killed[9] 43 wounded[7]2 civilians killed[9]v t eUkrainian crisisEuromaidanRevolutionPro-Russian unrest Odessa
Odessa
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Siege Of The Luhansk Border Base
Lugansk People's Republic victory[1]Surrender and withdrawal of Ukrainian troops LPR militiamen take control of two border guard bases and a National guard base in the regionBelligerents Ukraine Lugansk People's RepublicCommanders and leadersUnknown Valery BolotovUnits involved Armed Forces of Ukraine: State Border Guard Ukrainian Air Force[2] Internal Affairs Ministry: National Guard Army of the South-East: Cossack National Guard Russian volunteersStrength70[3] 100–500[4]Casualties and losses10 wounded[5][6] 11 killed, 8 wounded[5][6]8–13 civilians killed[7][8]v t eUkrainian crisisEuromaidanRevolutionPro-Russian unrestOdessa clashes Kharkiv bombingRussian military interventionCrimeaTimeline SimferopolDonbassTimelineSloviansk (Murder of Pentecostals in Slaviansk) Kramators
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Ukrainian Air Force Ilyushin Il-76 Shoot-down
On 14 June 2014, an Ilyushin Il-76MD of the Ukrainian Air Force
Ukrainian Air Force
was shot down by forces of the self-proclaimed Lugansk People's Republic during the Ukrainian anti-insurgent operation against the unrecognized Lugansk People's Republic
Lugansk People's Republic
and Donetsk
Donetsk
People's Republic, in its eastern Luhansk
Luhansk
and Donetsk
Donetsk
oblasts. The aircraft was on approach to land at Luhansk
Luhansk
International Airport, and was carrying troops and equipment from an undisclosed location. All 49 people on board died.Contents1 Aircraft 2 Shoot-down 3 Reactions 4 See also 5 References 6 External linksAircraft[edit] The aircraft was an Ilyushin Il-76MD of the Ukrainian Air Force,[2][3] registration 76777, manufacturer's serial number 0083482490
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Zelenopillya Rocket Attack
Ground Forces:24th Mechanised Brigade[3][4] 72nd Mechanized Brigade[5] Airmobile Forces:79th Airmobile Brigade[1]1st Battalion[5] State Border Guard Service of Ukraine Donbass People's Militia[1] Russian artillery[6]Casualties and losses36 servicemen killed 93 wounded[7] Unknownv t eUkrainian crisisEuromaidanRevolutionPro-Russian unrest Odessa
Odessa
clashes Kharkiv
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Great Raid Of 2014
95th Air Assault BrigadeReinforced with elements from: 25th Airborne Brigade 30th Mechanized Brigade 51st Mechanized Brigade Separatist forces:Claimed by Ukraine Russian Armed ForcesCasualties and losses13 paratroopers killed 74 wounded 60% of equipment lost[1] 3 checkpoints destroyed unknown killed and woundedv t eUkrainian crisisEuromaidanRevolutionPro-Russian unrestOdessa clashes Kharkiv bombingRussian military interventionCrimeaTimeline SimferopolDonbassTimelineSloviansk (Murder of Pentecostals in Slaviansk) Kramatorsk 1st Mariupol 1st Donetsk Airport Luhansk Border Base Il-76 shoot-down Zelenopillya rocket attack Donetsk, Russia Great Raid of 2014 Horlivka Shakhtarsk Raion Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 Ilovaisk Snizhne incident Novosvitlivka convoy attack Novoazovsk Mariupol offensive 2nd Donetsk Airport Volnovakha bus attack Debaltseve Mariupol rocket attack S
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Annexation Of Crimea By The Russian Federation
Protesters20,000 (Sevastopol)[13][14] 10,000 (Simferopol)[15]Volunteer units[14][16]5,000 (Sevastopol) 1,700 (Simferopol)Russian military forces20,000–30,000 troops[17] Ukrainian Armed Forces
Ukrainian Armed Forces
defectors15,000[18]Protesters4,000–10,000 (Simferopol)[19][20]Ukrainian military forces5,000–22,000 troops[21][22] 40,000 reservists, partly mobilised (outside Crimea)[23]Casualties and losses1 Crimean SDF trooper killed[24] 2 soldiers killed,[25] 60–80 detained[26] 15,000 defected[27][2
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Battle Of Horlivka
Armed Forces of Ukraine:72nd Guards Mechanized Brigade Donbass
Donbass
People's Militia: Russian Orthodox ArmyCasualties and lossesUnknown Unknown36+ civilians killed[2]v t eUkrainian crisisEuromaidanRevolutionPro-Russian unrest Odessa
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