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The Doctrine Journalist Centre for Defense Studies announced results from the monitoring of human losses in the military sphere for the period from January 1, 2011 through September 18th.

The Doctrine Journalist Centre for Defense Studies announced results from the monitoring of human losses in the military sphere for the period from January 1, 2011 through September 18th.  According to the document, 68 people died and 70 were wounded, reflecting a sharp increase in losses.  Comparative data for the same period last year were not submitted.
So far in 2011, eight soldiers have been killed by enemy bullets, one hit a mine, and non-combat losses amounted to 59 people.
Seven people died in unknown circumstances, nine died as a result of accidents (avalanches, carbon monoxide, lightning, electric shock, etc.). Sixteen were killed as a result of the use of weapons against each other and nine people committed suicide. Of the victims, 61 belonged to the Defense Ministry, 4 belonged to the State Border Troops, 2 belonged to the Internal Troops, and one belonged to the State Guard Office.
 As for the wounded, 10 were injured as a result of hazing, 4 as a result of suicide attempts, 28 in car accidents, 7 in other accidents, 1 suffered from disease, 18 were wounded by enemy bullets, and two were wounded by mine explosions. Ten of the wounded served in the State Border Troops, 1 in the Military Prosecutor's Office, 2 in the State Guard Office, and 57 in the Ministry of Defense.