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Special police shot Kiev protesters, inquiry says

3 April 2014 Last updated at 23:33 BST

Ukraine's special police were behind the killings of dozens of anti-government protesters in Kiev in February, a government inquiry says.

Interior Minister Arsen Avakov told reporters that 12 members of the Berkut police had been identified as snipers and arrested.

He presented what he said was new evidence from the shootings on 18-20 February, when 76 people were killed.

Daniel Sandford reports from Kiev.

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