LGBT Activists Overcome Attacks to Hold 'Equality March' in Ukraine

Ukraine's LGBT community and civil rights activists overcame a flurry of violent attacks with smoke bombs and stones to carry out the country's second-ever "Equality March" in Kiev on Saturday.
At least 10 participants were reportedly wounded, along with five police officers, including one seriously.
To get to Saturday's march, participants had to have someone vouch for their character before being told the secret location of a parade that would last for less than an hour along a typically quiet 300-meter stretch on a promenade in a residential district north of this capital's bustling center.