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KIEV, January 22 (Itar-Tass) - A hundred and 67 Ukrainian police have already requested medical assistance after the clashes with the opposition protesters in Grushevsky Street near the Dynamo stadium in Kiev; 84 of them have been hospitalized, the public relations department of the country’s Interior Ministry said on Wednesday.
According to the office, the victims have been diagnosed closed head injuries, various fractures, skin burns, incised and stab wounds and poisoning by unidentified substances.
Police and protesters have repeatedly clashed in Grushevsky Street since January 19.