: Radicals attack pro-Ukrainian activists in Moscow

18:08 Jul. 30, 2016

Radicals attack pro-Ukrainian activists in Moscow

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Police arrives at Russian anti-war rally

The participants of an authorized Moscow rally protesting the war in Ukraine were attacked on Saturday by members of Russian radical nationalist organizations, the anti-war activists from the Solidarity movement report.

The Russian radical patriotic groups NOD (National Liberation Movement) and SERB (South East Russian Block) are the two organizations whose members are reported to be among the attackers.

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A footage of the incident has been published showing the police officers were on the site.

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According to organizers, the rally has been authorized by the local administration, however, the radicals started provocations and attacked the protesters.

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