Eastern Ukraine facing total unrest. Riots spread to Lugansk Region
Kiev: Eastern Ukraine is facing in total unrest and now riots have spread to Lugansk Region where Anti-Kiev protesters have taken the control of government buildings. Anti-Kiev protesters are using same strategy that was used government of President Yanukovych who had to left the country due to control of power by pro-European demonstrators through occupying government buildings including Verkhovna Rada—The parliament building.
Pro-Russian group called “Lugansk self-defense” has entered the regional administration building, causing police officers to vacate it. A group of some 1,000 supporters are gathered in front of the building.
A small group of guards have barricaded themselves in one of the corridors of the building, according to footage from the scene. The protesters are trying to convince them to leave.