March 03, 2014 13:46
Death toll from Kyiv Maidan reaches 95
KYIV. March 3 (Interfax) - Ninety-five people died in Ukraine as a result of clashes in central Kyiv between November 20, 2013 and 6:00 a.m. on March 3, sources in the healthcare sector said.
According to the Ukrainian Health Ministry, 984 people hurt in the clashes in central Kyiv have sought medical assistance since February 18 and 646 of those people were hospitalized.
A total of 245 people were being treated in Kyiv's healthcare establishments as of the morning of March 3.
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