February 20, 2014 21:12
Berkut riot police base in Lviv catches fire - emergency services
LVIV. Feb 20 (Interfax) - A fire has started in the area where the Ukrainian special police forces unit, Berkut, is based, the Lviv regional office of the Ukrainian State Emergencies Service said on Thursday evening.
Several firefighting teams are heading to the scene, a spokesperson said.
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