Right Sector Riots in Kiev, Cease Fire Violation and Renewed Bombings by Ukraine Forces in Donbass

A Ukraine police servicemen has been killed and at least 10 injured as a grenade exploded during clashes in front of the parliament in the Ukrainian capital today. 

According to official sources, at least 100 citizens of Kiev were injured and 30 arrested during the clashes in the capital. Meanwhile, the militants of Right Sector has triggered riots in the center of the Ukrainian capital. 

Crowds of protesters came to oppose amendments to the constitution that would provide for the decentralization of the country. The media also reported that  demonstrators attacked police with long sticks and smoke bombs, which were being thrown along with stones.

Police are now trying to stop the demonstrators led by Right Sector from storming the parliament building. Both protesters and police officers are using tear gas against each other.

Meanwhile, in Novorossia, Ukrainian forces have violated the ceasefire agreement at least 32 times over the past 24 hours.

Ukrainian army fired on the Donetsk airport and the nearby villages of Zhabichevo and Spartak. The shelling was conducted from Maryinka, Peski, Avdeyevka and Opytnoye.

Also, the positions of the LPR Armed Forces were shelled at Sokolniki and Kalinovo from the directions of Lozovaya, Kryakovka, Luganskoe. An Ukrainian military column was observed at the Stannica Luganskaya settlement.

Sporadic clashes have been continuing at Volnovakha, Mariupol, Strogonovka and Bahmutka. Kiev’s side is continuing to pull military equipment and troops to the frontline.

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