Odessa Police Release 67 Anti-Govt Activists After Crowd Surround Police HQ

Odessa police release 67 anti-govt activists after crowd surround police HQ (RT, May 4, 2014):

Sixty-seven anti-government activists detained by police in the south Ukrainian city of Odessa have been released after a crowd of locals blocked the Interior Ministry building. Those released reportedly included survivors from the deadly May-2 fire.

A crowd of Odessa residents, which included many women and elderly people as seen on live video streams from the scene, cheered and hugged the released activists.

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