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'No to the Nazi coup d'etat in Ukraine!' Rome protesters rally against fascism
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A few hundred protesters gathered outside the Ukrainian embassy in Rome on Saturday to protest against the rise of fascism in Ukraine and Europe. The event was organized by well-known journalist Julietto Kieza.

Kieza told Ruptly that he maintains that the "so-called revolution in Euromaidan has been paid straightly by the United States” and that for the first time since World War II, “Nazism reappears in the center of Europe with the aid of the United States.”

Demonstrators came out to express a similar view. Protesters held up signs depicting Ukraine’s former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko as Hitler, and telling NATO to "go away.”

One of the banners said: "No to the Nazi coup d'etat in Ukraine" in Italian.




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Massive protests that began last year in Kiev eventually led to the ouster of President Viktor Yanukovich in F



Added: May-18-2014 Occurred On: May-18-2014
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