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KIEV, April 08. /ITAR-TASS/. Police control the headquarters of Ukraine's Nikolaev Oblast administration and its approaches, regional governor Nikolai Romanchuk said on Tuesday.
"As head of the region, I'm at my workplace," he said in a statement on the regional government website. "We need civic peace, stability and quiet as never before."
Protesters clashed with police at the administration building on Monday night. Fifteen people were hurt and 11 taken to hospital, some with wounds from non-lethal weapons.
Media reports said more than 20 had been detained and that some among the 300-strong crowd had tried to enter the administration building.