A prominent separatist commander has been killed in eastern Ukraine, four days after another pro-Russian military leader was blown up by a car bomb.
Mikhail Tolstykh, known as Givi, was killed when a rocket was fired into his office in what rebel authorities in Donetsk are calling a terrorist attack.
Eastern Ukraine has seen its bloodiest period of clashes since 2015, with at least 35 deaths in little over a week.
Rebels have blamed Ukraine’s security services for both bomb attacks.
Oleg Anashschenko, who was de facto defence minister of the self-proclaimed Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR), had been driving in Luhansk when his car blew up on Saturday. bbc.co.uk