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Russia sympathisers vent anger at Ukraine Odessa deaths

3 May 2014 Last updated at 19:39 BST

Pro-Russia supporters in the Ukrainian city of Odessa have voiced their anger a day after 42 people were killed.

Friday's clashes culminated in a major fire at a trade union building where most of the deaths occurred. Hundreds of people gathered there on Saturday.

Seven international monitors held by pro-Russian activists in eastern Ukraine were released earlier.

Fergal Keane reports from Odessa.

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