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Demonstrators
seized the van during a protest rally on the evening of Nov. 25, suspecting that
it contained sophisticated equipment for eavesdropping on telephone
conversations of protest leaders.

The
taking of the van prompted clashes last night between police and protesters.
After a 30-minute standoff, punctuated by fighting, the demonstrators recovered
evidence from the van and the police reclaimed it.

Opposition lawmaker
Mykola Kniazhytsky posted a picture of a passport, car tag numbers and what he
said were technical listening devises found in the van on his Facebook page.
Opposition leaders promised to analyze the recordings and release their
findings.

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