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KIEV, January 26, 17:00 /ITAR-TASS/. There are people who have been convicted for committing extremely grave crimes among those detained over mass riots in the Ukrainian capital city Kiev, the press service of the Ukrainian interior ministry said on Sunday.
“Among those detained there are people who have had problems with the law, some have been convicted on charges of extremely grave crimes,” the press service said.
As many as 166 people have been taken to police stations on suspicion of taking part in the upheavals in central Kiev. As many as 81 of them have been officially recognized as suspects.