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KIEV, April 11. /ITAR-TASS/. A district court in Kharkiv had ruled to place three detainees under home arrest and hold 62 in custody for 60 days, a court source told ITAR-TASS on Friday.
The court also determined the size of bail for most of the cases.
Among the detainees is one of the Ukrainian Eastern Bloc leaders, Yegor Logvinov.
The court ruled that release was impossible. A judge did not determine a size of a bail in the case of Logvinov, who would remain in custody, the court said in a statement. Logvinov has pleaded not guilty.
On April 6, protesters seized the building of the Kharkiv regional administration. It was vacated only as a result of a special police operation on Tuesday morning, April 8, when 65 protesters were detained.