KIEV, May 24- Heavy shelling has killed one civilian in the government-controlled town of Avdiyivka in east Ukraine and halted production at one of Europe's largest coke plants, regional police and Ukrainian steelmaker Metinvest said on Sunday. The Avdiyivka factory, which is owned by Metinvest and produces 40 percent of Ukraine's coke, is the main employer in...» Read More
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