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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13951/1906241327
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13953/1906241327
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13955/1906241334
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13956/1906241334
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13947/1906241326
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13948/1906241326
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13945/1906241326
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13942/1906241325
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13939/1906241325
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13938/1906241324
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13937/1906241324
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13936/1906241324
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13935/1906241324
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13952/1906241327
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13950/1906241327
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13949/1906241327
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13946/1906241326
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13944/1906241326
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13940/1906241325
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13943/1906241325
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13941/1906241325
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Participants in the 2019 KyivPride Equality March gathered in downtown Kiev, near Taras Shevchenko University. The parade of 6300 people , 8000 according to the organizers of the Kyivpride (a record for Ukraine) is placed under high protection. Police cordon, dog team, mounted police, national guard are there to ensure the safety of demonstrators. Under the supervision of narrow police lines, the demonstrators will march past without being attacked by the slogan "Freedom is our tradition". On the outskirts of the demonstration, many opponents, several hundred, came to display their dissatisfaction, carrying crosses and flags of the nationalist party as a standard. Among the LGBT demonstrators were some personalities such as the Ukrainian Drag Queen Monroe, and Mrs. Rebecca Harms, a former member of the European Parliament The demonstration will start at 9am and end at 11am, participants will be evacuated by bus with the help and protection of the police in order to avoid the end-of-demonstration attacks that are customary in Ukraine, a country where homosexuality is still very badly accepted//GIRBESGAELLE_1730.13954/1906241334
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Police officers detain a protester during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Police officers detain a protester during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Police officers detain a protester during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Police officers block a protester during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A participant walks with a rainbow flag as riot police block protesters during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Riot police block protesters during annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Protesters carrying flags and a cross are blocked by the riot police during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A participant wearing a rainbow flag walks next to riot police deployed to block protesters during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A participant looks around while sitting in a bus as policemen stand guard during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Participants chat while policemen stand guard during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard escort participants during annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A participant with his beard painted in the rainbow flag colours chants slogans as another holds a placard reading "Homophobia is a Stalin-era tradition" (L), during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Participants chant slogans as they march with a banner during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Participants chant slogans and wave rainbow and Ukrainian national flags during annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard escort participants during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Participants are escorted by servicemen of the Ukrainian National Guard as they march with rainbow flags during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Participants chant slogans as they walk with rainbow flags during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Participants, dressed in bright colours, shout slogans as they march through the city during the annual Gay Pride parade, in Kiev on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A participant (C) holds a placard reading "There is a family, there is Ukraine" during the annual Gay Pride parade in Kiev, on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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A participant walks with a rainbow flag next to Ukrainian National Guard servicemen during the annual Gay Pride parade, in Kiev on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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Participants kiss each other in front of a rainbow flag as they part in the annual Gay Pride parade, in Kiev on June 23, 2019. - More than 8,000 people turned out on June 23 for Kiev's annual Gay Pride parade amid tight security as far-right activists sought to disrupt the celebration, organisers said. The marchers, waving rainbow and Ukrainian flags and wearing colourful costumes, marched through the centre of the capital as thousands of police and National Guard troops stood by to ensure order. (Photo by Genya SAVILOV / AFP)
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5924462 23.06.2019 Nationalists oppose to participants of the Equality March organized by LGBT community in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924447 23.06.2019 Participants from the LGBT community take part in the Equality March in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924448 23.06.2019 Participants from the LGBT community take part in the Equality March in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924450 23.06.2019 Participants from the LGBT community take part in the Equality March in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924463 23.06.2019 Nationalists oppose to participants of the Equality March organized by LGBT community in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924464 23.06.2019 Participants from the LGBT community take part in the Equality March in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924465 23.06.2019 Participants from the LGBT community take part in the Equality March in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924467 23.06.2019 Participants from the LGBT community take part in the Equality March in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924459 23.06.2019 A participant takes part in the Equality March organized by LGBT community, in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik
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5924461 23.06.2019 Nationalists oppose to participants of the Equality March organized by LGBT community in Kyiv, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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