People look at the burnt Russia's top bank Sberbank offices in eastern Ukrainian city of Lviv on February 22, 2016. / AFP / YURIY DYACHYSHYN
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Branches of at least three Russian banks have been attacked during a spate of weekend violence across Ukraine that coincided with the second anniversary of the ouster of Kiev's Moscow-backed leadership.Police in the southern government-controlled city of Mariupol that sits near the front where Kiev's forces are fighting pro-Russian eastern insurgents told Ukrainian media that one of its Sberbank branches had its windows smashed early Sunday.Far-right nationalists smashed the windows of a Sberbank office and looted a branch of Russia's privately-held Alfa Bank.
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