From Ukraine to Australia: Thousands worldwide pay tribute to Odessa massacre victims

From Ukraine to Australia: Thousands worldwide pay tribute to Odessa massacre victims

Thousands of people in Ukraine, Russia and around the world took to the streets to mark the first anniversary of the Odessa massacre. Last year, 48 activists were killed and over 200 injured as radicals set the local trade unions house on fire.

The commemoration ceremonies for those who died in the fire on May 2, 2014 proceeded without serious incident in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa.

 

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