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KIEV, November 30 (Itar-Tass) - In Kiev’s Independence Square, where a round-the-clock rally in support of Ukraine’s European integration is underway, there have occurred midnight clashes between demonstrators and police.
According to local mass media, 200-300 crack police blocked two trucks carrying equipment that had been used by speakers at the rally. The trucks have now been moved to the other side of the square.
Police have also forced demonstrators to leave the traffic lanes of Kreshchatik street.
At the moment of the conflict there were about 1,500 demonstrators in the square.