Activists belonging to the 'Anti-Maidan' movement gathered at Odessa's Kulikovo Field, Sunday, to pay their respects to those who died at the city's Trade Unions House on May 2, 2014, and support the reinstatement of a memorial to the victims. Opposition protesters held a simultaneous counter-demonstration, with a police cordon keeping the two sides apart. City authorities earlier this year removed a series of makeshift wooden stands with photos of the Odessa victims from the main entrance of the Trade Unions House. The Anti-Maidan movement hopes to restore the wooden memorial featuring photographs of the victims of the May 2 violence. Forty-eight people died, with over 200 injured, in a series of events that led to an inferno in the Trade Unions building in Odessa on May 2, 2014. After clashes erupted between anti-Maidan and pro-Maidan protesters, the latter group allegedly set fire to the Trade Unions House where anti-Maidan demonstrators had found refuge.
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