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Odessa Massacre

Ukraine Failing to Probe Pro-Russia Protester Deaths, Panel Says (Bloomberg)

Ukrainian authorities are failing to adequately investigate 48 deaths, including of 42 pro-Russian protesters, in the Black Sea port of Odessa in May 2014, according to an international panel set up by the Council of Europe. Read more about Ukraine Failing to Probe Pro-Russia Protester Deaths, Panel Says (Bloomberg)

The Odessa massacre

On May 2 2014, the southern seaport of Odessa, the Pearl of the Black Sea and the humor capital, saw clashes between Ukraine federalization supporters on one hand, and the neo-Nazi Right Sector, Euromaidan activists and football fans on the other. At least 46 died, with another 200 injured. 38 federalists burned alive in the Trade-Unions Building assailed with Molotov cocktails. Read more about The Odessa massacre