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KIEV, January 23. /ITAR-TASS/. More than 250 law enforcers have been injured in Kiev during four days of clashes with the radical members of the opposition who attempted to break through to the government buildings, the Interior Ministry reported Thursday.
After the clashes in Grushevsky Street a total of 254 law enforcers asked for medical assistance, including 104 who were hospitalized, it said. The victims were diagnosed with brain injuries, bone fractures, skin burns, stab wounds and poisoning by unidentified poisonous stuff, the Interior Ministry said in an updated report.
Earlier reports said 218 people were injured.