Ukraine's warmongers: Far-right blamed for Kiev grenade attack (part 1)

Kiev reels from its worst day of violence since the February 2014 overthrow of pro-Moscow president Viktor Yanukovich. As lawmakers debated on more autonomy for the separatist pro-Russian east, a grenade attack outside parliament wounded 140, and killed three soldiers. A far-right member of Svoboda's paramilitary wing stands accused of firing the grenade. How strong is the far-right? Can Ukraine stare down its extremes, and put an end to 16 months of fighting? Where does Russia stand now?


Produced by Charles Wente, Van Meguerditchian and Emerald Maxwell

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