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KIEV, January 23, 1:53 /ITAR-TASS/. The office of the television company Kiev was raided by unidentified attackers in the Ukrainian capital city late on Wednesday, local media reported with references to Ukrainian interior ministry spokesman Alexander Radkevich.
They quote him as saying that from 15 to 20 people wearing masks broke into the office of that television company located in Kiev’s central Hreshchatik Street. They broke furniture.
Radkevich however said these reports were being probed into by the police.