Terror in Dnipropetrovsk: A roundup of Friday's blasts

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April 27, 2012, 6:40 p.m. | Ukraine — by Mark Rachkevych, Katya Gorchinskaya, Olga Rudenko

A man tires to help a woman injured by one of the blasts in the eastern Ukrainian city of Dnipropetrovsk, on April 27. A third blast in Dnipropetrovsk injured three after another twelve people were wounded in twin explosions in the city earlier today, an emergencies ministry official told AFP.

DNIPROPETROVSK, Ukraine -- Four midday blasts roiled Dnipropetrovsk, injuring at least 29 people – including nine children – in attacks that government officials are treating as acts of terrorism.
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harley April 27, 2012, 7:31 p.m.    

I hope that Azarov is not accusing the POR and Yanukovych Clan of instigating this attack, when he says “The ones who gain from this (attack) are those who are interested in destabilizing the situation in Ukraine and who act under the principle of ‘the worse it is the better’,” Because surely these very politically unpopular people are the only ones who could benefit from instability

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Jaroslaw Sawka April 28, 2012, 4:29 p.m.    

Yanukovych is following Putin's tactics to stay in POWER. Remember when Putin blew up Russia in order to consolidate his POWER way back when... well guess who STILL rules Russia?

Now Yanukovych will use the same tactic so he can stay in POWER for the next 20 years!

Welcome to Putin Yanukovych land!

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AL BALA April 28, 2012, 4:32 p.m.    

Why is Yanukovich speaking in a foreign language to the Ukrainian people ?

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