Activists storm Odessa police station
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Ukraine crisis: Odessa tension 'escalating'

The unrest in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa has escalated, with an attack on police headquarters following more than 40 deaths in clashes on Friday.

Pro-Russian activists have stormed the police building and forced the release of several people held over the violence on Friday.

The BBC's David Stern described the activists on the streets of central Odessa as "tense and angry".

  • 04 May 2014
  • From the section Europe
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