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Mass riots in front of the Parliament building in Kiev: tyres are burning once again

Traffic along Hrushevskyi Street is blocked. Police units have been summoned to the center of the city.

The Verkhovna Rada approved the draft law No 1558-1 on restructuring of obligations in foreign currency.

227 MPs voted in favour of this decision.

The draft law had been put forward for the third reading.

After that the protesters rallying near the Parliament building renewed the manifestation.

Police is preparing to use fire hydrants at the crossing of Shovkovychna an Hrushevskyi Street. Several protesters had been detained.

The protesters throw smoke pellets and bottles with Molotov’s cocktail.

Paramedics provide first aid to one of the injured protesters on the stairs of the building.

Policemen keep on detaining the most aggressive protesters.

The fire brigade has not yet managed to put off the burning tyres.



Novorossiya army have hunted down a Ukranian Army sabotage & recon Platoon

2 KIA & 2 retreated back to Kiev Occupied Territory..
They must have been monitoring Troop movements & testing defences..
I have a feeling an Offensive with start soon….





Kerry to Lavrov: Ignore Obama’s naming of Russia on top threats list


The Russian Foreign Minister has said it is “absolutely necessary” to avoid steps that could further harm the ailing relations between Russia and the US. He spoke at a media briefing following lengthy talks with his US counterpart.

US Secretary of State John Kerry made his official visit to Sochi on Tuesday, the first visit by a senior American official to Russia since the start of the Ukrainian turmoil in 2014 and the resulting plummet in relations between Moscow and Washington.

Addressing the media after the talks, both diplomats stressed that they were on common ground with regards to many issues, including the situation in Syria and the threat of Islamic State terrorists in the region, as well as the Iranian nuclear deal. They also discussed the developing conflict in Yemen.

John Kerry thanked Russian President Vladimir Putin for the “directness” he showed during the talks, and the “detailed explanation of Russia’s position” on the issues that are causing divisions.