I could find the answer thanks to guys from IRC chat #git:

1) git diff --name-status -M -C [-C] --diff-filter=D X^!
2) git diff --name-status -M -C [-C] --diff-filter=A X^!
3) git diff --name-status -M -C [-C] --diff-filter=R X^!

These three commands shows what files were
1) deleted (not just renamed),
2) added (not just renamed as well)
and 3) renamed per-se
at the commit X.

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