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Crowd attacks tycoon's office, Russian-owned banks in central Kiev

February 20, 15:36 UTC+3 KIEV
Ukraine marks the second anniversary of the victory of the so-called "Revolution of Dignity" and pays homage to those killed during the Maidan protests
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© AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky
© Roman Zubov/TASS
© Roman Zubov/TASS
© Roman Zubov/TASS

KIEV, February 20. /TASS/. Participants in the commemorative events in the Ukrainian capital to mark the second anniversary of the so-called Euromaidan revolution that culminated in the ousting of President Viktor Yanukovych have staged riots in downtown Kiev, 112 Ukraine TV channel reported on Saturday.

Several dozen people threw stones and petards at the office of Ukrainian tycoon Rinat Akhmetov.

Then the crowd attacked the offices of Alfa-bank and Sberbank owned by Russians.

The Ukrainian TV channel’s report shows Alfa Bank’s office after the attack - smashed glass doors, overturned furniture and computers, papers scattered everywhere.

The TV channel reported that a battalion of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists, which earlier formed part of the Right sector extremist group (banned in Russia), took part in the assaults.

The police did not try to prevent the riots, the TV channel said.

On Saturday, Ukraine marks the second anniversary of the victory of the so-called "Revolution of Dignity" and pays homage to those killed during the Maidan protests.

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