A Ukrainian shell that reportedly hit the border town of Donetsk could have "irreversible consequences", Russia's foreign ministry has warned.
According to Russian news agencies, the shell hit a residential building, killing one person and injuring one other.
Russia said the fatality was the result of an "aggressive act" against sovereign Russian territory and against Russian citizens.
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