RIA Novosti: Ukraine police say protesters harassing Kyiv residents

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Jan. 2, 2014, 3:53 a.m. | Ukraine | Politics — by RIA Novosti

Ukrainian opposition supporters watch fireworks during during a mass demonstration marking the approaching New Year on Independence Square in Kiev late on December 31, 2013. Some 200,000 pro-EU protesters took part in the New Year's celebration. AFP PHOTO/GENYA SAVILOV

Police in the Ukrainian capital said Wednesday that they have received complaints from local residents of harassment by anti-government protesters gathered in the city’s central square.

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