Anti-government opposition activists guard a barricade of the opposition in Kiev on February 2, 2014. (AFP PHOTO/ SERGEI SUPINSKY)
KIEV: A Kiev court on Sunday authorised injured protester Dmytro Bulatov, whose case has caused international outrage, to leave the country for medical treatment, a spokesman for the prosecutor's office told AFP.
Bulatov, who said he was kidnapped and tortured for eight days by unidentified captors, is suspected of organising deadly clashes in Kiev before his disappearance.
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