We have news from the Ukrainian capital, Kiev: The New York Times is reporting that the Ukrainian government used technology to zero-in on the locations of cellphones in use Tuesday near clashes between riot police and anti-government protesters.
Read original article – Published January 21, 201412:14 PM
Ukraine Tracks Protesters Through Cellphones Amid Clashes
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