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Lithuania: 'Tortured' Ukrainian Maidan organiser Bulatov tells his story in Vilnius02:28

Lithuania: 'Tortured' Ukrainian Maidan organiser Bulatov tells his story in Vilnius

Lithuania, Vilnius
February 6, 2014 at 16:08 GMT +00:00 · Published

Lithuania: 'Tortured' Ukrainian Maidan organiser Bulatov tells his story in Vilnius

Dmitry Bulatov, leader of the AutoMaidan organisation, who says he was abducted on January 22, held a press conference in Vilnius on Thursday to describe how he was allegedly tortured and beaten.

Bulatov disappeared on January 23. A week later, on January 30, the activist was found alive. He says he was kept by unknown people in the vicinity of Kiev; he was beaten and tortured and part of the ear was cut off. On the night of February 2 Bulatov arrived to Vilnius .

The Ukrainian AutoMaidan anti-government group used cars in protest motorcades, and helped with transport of protesters in Kiev.

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Lithuania: 'Tortured' Ukrainian Maidan organiser Bulatov tells his story in Vilnius

Dmitry Bulatov, leader of the AutoMaidan organisation, who says he was abducted on January 22, held a press conference in Vilnius on Thursday to describe how he was allegedly tortured and beaten.

Bulatov disappeared on January 23. A week later, on January 30, the activist was found alive. He says he was kept by unknown people in the vicinity of Kiev; he was beaten and tortured and part of the ear was cut off. On the night of February 2 Bulatov arrived to Vilnius .

The Ukrainian AutoMaidan anti-government group used cars in protest motorcades, and helped with transport of protesters in Kiev.