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Ukrainian protesters free former Georgian leader Saakashvili from detention

Former Georgian president Mikheil Saakashvili was freed by supporters on Tuesday only hours after Ukrainian authorities detained him. Masked officers took Saakashvili into custody in his apartment building in the Ukrainian capital, Kiev, earlier Tuesday, as protesters rallied outside in his support. At one point, Saakashvili even climbed on the building’s rooftop to address them.
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