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DONETSK, April 14. /ITAR-TASS/. In east Ukraine’s Horlivka (Donetsk Region), protesters have gained full control over the city’s police department. Demonstrators, who earlier had seized the first floor of the building, Monday regrouped and broke forth to the higher floors.
Several dozen people control all the offices, including those of the command. Protesters promise to preserve the property.
There are still police officers in the building as well. Demonstrators have made a live corridor outside the building for the police officers and their command to leave the building through.
In the morning, protesters, forming a human shield, blocked Lenin street and demanded resignation of the city's police chief.
Earlier, demonstrators had seized the building of the city council