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As police arrive at the stateless Mikheil Saakashvili's house in Kiev to detain him, Saakashvili goes up on the roof to protest verbally. Police then detain him and try to take him away in a blue minivan while hundreds of people block the street. Finally the supporters free him out of the van. Bespeeching the cameras again, he rails against corruption, against Petro Poroshenko and urges Ukrainians to "be afraid of nothing".

Crowds of supporters demonstrate as anti-corruption campaigner is taken away by police from his home in Kiev

  1. Interfax Ukraine
  2. Interfax Ukraine
  3. Reuters
  4. The Guardian
  5. U.S. News & World Report
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  1. As police arrive at Mikheil Saakashvili's house in Kiev to detain him, Saakashvili goes up on the roof to protest. Police then take him away while hundreds of people are on the street. A source in the judiciary says a notice of suspicion is being prepared.
  2. As police arrive at the stateless Mikheil Saakashvili's house in Kiev to detain him, Saakashvili goes up on the roof to protest. Police then detain him and try to take him away in a blue minivan while hundreds of people block the street. Prosecutor General of Ukraine Yuriy Lutsenko claims in a briefing that Saakashvili received $500,000 from the fugitive Serhiy Kurchenko for his activities in Ukraine.
  3. As police arrive at the stateless Mikheil Saakashvili's house in Kiev to detain him, Saakashvili goes up on the roof to protest. Police then detain him and try to take him away in a blue minivan while hundreds of people block the street. Finally the supporters free him out of the van. Speeching again, he urges Ukrainians to "be afraid of nothing".
  4. As police arrive at the stateless Mikheil Saakashvili's house in Kiev to detain him, Saakashvili goes up on the roof to protest verbally. Police then detain him and try to take him away in a blue minivan while hundreds of people block the street. Finally the supporters free him out of the van. Speeching again, he urges Ukrainians to "be afraid of nothing".
  5. As police arrive at the stateless Mikheil Saakashvili's house in Kiev to detain him, Saakashvili goes up on the roof to protest verbally. Police then detain him and try to take him away in a blue minivan while hundreds of people block the street. Finally the supporters free him out of the van. Bespeeching the cameras again, he rails against corruption, against Petro Poroshenko and urges Ukrainians to "be afraid of nothing".

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