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 Three more "Vilkul’s eagles" aprehended and put in custody in Dnipro City, - Avakov. PHOTOS

The court ruled to take into custody three individuals charged with beating anti-terrorist operation (ATO) veterans in Dnipro City on Victory Day.

This information was published by Ukraine's Interior Minister Arsen Avakov on Twitter, Censor.NET reports.

"Dnipro City. Three more "Vilkul's eagles" aprehended and placed in detention by the court. The "bravery" these titushkas showed on May 9 turned into a prison cell for them on May 12. The investigation is ongoing," the minister wrote.

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