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Ukraine (playlist) Violent Clashes In Odessa Ukraine, 40 killed in fire

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Violent Clashes In Odessa Ukraine, 40 killed in fire

Violent Clashes In Odessa Ukraine, 40 killed in fire
May-02-2014-More than 40 killed in fire, clashes in Ukraine's Odessa
Fire erupts in trade union building in key port city, which until now had been largely free of unrest. More than 40 people were killed in Odessa on Friday, most caught in a building set on fire after pro-Russian activists and supporters of Ukrainian unity fought running battles across the southern port city.
In the worst violence in the Black Sea port since President Viktor Yanukovich was ousted in February, police said 38 people had choked to death on smoke or were killed when jumping out of windows after the trade union building was set on fire.
The opposing sides in a battle that is being repeated in other parts of Ukraine, especially in its east, have clashed before in Odessa, but the violence has never before resulted in deaths. Some residents say they fear some may now seek retribution.
Earlier, the police said at least four men had been killed in fighting after a march by the pro-Kiev demonstrators was ambushed. Petrol bombs, paving stones and explosive devices were thrown during the clashes, they said.
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Violent Clashes In Odessa Ukraine, 40 killed in fire
May-02-2014-More than 40 killed in fire, clashes in Ukraine's Odessa
Fire erupts in trade union building in key port city, which until now had been largely free of unrest. More than 40 people were killed in Odessa on Friday, most caught in a building set on fire after pro-Russian activists and supporters of Ukrainian unity fought running battles across the southern port city.
In the worst violence in the Black Sea port since President Viktor Yanukovich was ousted in February, police said 38 people had choked to death on smoke or were killed when jumping out of windows after the trade union building was set on fire.
The opposing sides in a battle that is being repeated in other parts of Ukraine, especially in its east, have clashed before in Odessa, but the violence has never before resulted in deaths. Some residents say they fear some may now seek retribution.
Earlier, the police said at least four men had been killed in fighting after a march by the pro-Kiev demonstrators was ambushed. Petrol bombs, paving stones and explosive devices were thrown during the clashes, they said.
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Turkey May Day protests hit by tear gas near Taksim Square
May-02-2014-Riot police in Turkey have used tear gas and water cannon to prevent demonstrators defying a ban on protests on Istanbul's central Taksim Square.
The Anatolia news agency said several demonstrators were injured and at least five detained.
Intensive security measures were in place, and roads and streets near Taksim Square closed to traffic from the early morning.
Turkish media said some 40,000 police would be deployed in the city on 1 May.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan earlier warned people they should "give up hopes" of gathering on Taksim Square - a focus of anti-government protests.
But a joint statement from the main trades unions on Wednesday said: "We will be in Taksim despite the irrational and illegal ban. All roads will lead to Taksim on May Day".
Mr Erdogan's party won local elections in March. That was the first vote since mass protests last June, and was seen as a barometer of his popularity.
The prime minister has been eyeing a run for the presidency in August - the first time voters will directly elect the head of state - or may seek to change the rules to allow him to seek a fourth term in office.
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