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KIEV, February 20. /ITAR-TASS/. At least 35 police officers turned for medical help on Thursday, with 28 of them suffering from gunshot wounds, Ukraine’s Interior Ministry press service said.
Since February 18, the date when mass clashes in Kiev started, more than 500 law enforcers have sought medical assistance, with 108 out of them having gunshot wounds.
As many as 63 police officers were in a grave condition Thursday afternoon.