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Pro-Russian militants, who were arrested during a Ukrainian unity rally on May 2, react after being freed by police, following the storming of a police station in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa on May 4, 2014. More than 2,000 pro-Russian militants on Sunday stormed the police headquarters in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, where 42 people died in clashes two days ago. In a bid to calm the marauding mob, police released dozens of pro-Russians who had been arrested on Friday during running battles with supporters of the pro-Western government in Kiev. AFP PHOTO / ANATOLII STEPANOV (Photo credit should read ANATOLII STEPANOV/AFP via Getty Images)
Pro-Russian militants, who were arrested during a Ukrainian unity rally on May 2, react after being freed by police, following the storming of a police station in the southern Ukrainian city of Odessa on May 4, 2014. More than 2,000 pro-Russian militants on Sunday stormed the police headquarters in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, where 42 people died in clashes two days ago. In a bid to calm the marauding mob, police released dozens of pro-Russians who had been arrested on Friday during running battles with supporters of the pro-Western government in Kiev. AFP PHOTO / ANATOLII STEPANOV (Photo credit should read ANATOLII STEPANOV/AFP via Getty Images)
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