Kiev throws paramilitaries – some openly neo-Nazi - into the front of the battle with rebels
Photo: Tom Parfitt
The fighters of the Azov battalion lined up in single file to say farewell to their fallen comrade. His pallid corpse lay under the sun in an open casket trimmed with blue velvet.
Some of the men placed carnations by the body, others roses. Many struck their chests with a closed fist before touching their dead friend’s arm. One fighter had an SS tattoo on his neck. WEITER LESEN LINK