Protesters attack police in Kiev, 6 June 2015
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Clashes at Kiev gay pride march

Violent clashes at a gay rights march in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, have left five officers injured and resulted in some 20 arrests.

A small group of far-right protesters tried to disrupt the event - only the second gay pride march in a country where conservative attitudes remain strong.

Dramatic images show the protesters fighting running battles with police, while gay rights supporters demonstrate peacefully behind a wall of police.

Ukraine police hurt at Kiev gay pride rally

  • 06 Jun 2015