London photo exhibition remembers Odessa massacre 5 months on

A photography exhibition commemorating the victims of the Odessa massacre opened in the Marx Memorial Library in Central London, Thursday.
At least 48 people died, and over 200 were injured during clashes between pro and anti-Kiev protesters in Odessa on May 2, which resulted in the city’s Trade Union being set on fire and scores of people, mostly anti-Kiev protesters, dying in the blaze.

Marx Memorial Library was very proud to host the very graphic exhibition of photographs,  Alex Gordon, chair of the Marx Memorial Library said. The exhibition was organised by Foundation Kultura and will run over the 3-4 of October.

Source: RuptlyTV

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