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Moldova: one day in April

On April 6, 2009, a huge rally gathered in the center of Moldovan capital Kishinev, demanding the review of results of parliamentary elections. They promised that their actions would be peaceful, but events unfolded into a different scenario. How did thousands of aggressive young people gather in the center of Kishinev within an hour? Who were their leaders, and when did the situation get out of hand? How was it possible to avoid numerous casualties? Why did Moldovan police leave their positions? Did the events of April 7 represent a premeditated attempt to stage another Color Revolution on post-Soviet territory, or was it merely a spontaneous riot with no clear objective? A new XL Report on RT.

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