Two Dead in Kharkiv Violence

Two people were killed in the northeastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv late on Friday, in clashes involving Russian nationalists, local media said. The two men, aged 21 and 30, were killed by buckshot when pro-Russian demonstrators besieged an office of the far-right Ukrainian nationalist group Right Sector, which rose to prominence fighting riot police in Kiev over the winter. Police said 32 Right Sector activists and six pro-Russian demonstrators were detained and a number of weapons seized.

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