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KIEV, July 09, /ITAR-TASS/. A total of 158 offences have been committed on Kiev’s Independence Square since late February, Ukraine’s Chief Prosecutor Vitaly Yaryoma told journalists on Wednesday.
Over that period of time, there have been 18 cases of infliction of bodily harm, of which 4 were lethal; more than 14 armed assaults and 73 thefts.
"Facts of illegal car theft, fraud, drugs production and illegal handling of firearms have also taken place,” the chief prosecutor said.
He has demanded that activists immediately vacate all administrative buildings downtown Kiev.
Four people were injured in a shootout on Kiev’s Independence square on July 7, Itar-Tass said in its previous reports.