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Riot police and protesters are staging rival blockages in the streets of downtown Kiev this evening, after authorities spent the day dismantling protest camps set up around government buildings.
Over the weekend hundreds of thousands came on to the streets of Kiev protesting against President Viktor Yanukovich and his plans for closer ties with Russia.
An opposition party spokesman said riot police broke into their offices this evening, as part of today's move against protests.
Heavily armed riot police stormed the offices of a top Ukrainian opposition party in Kiev, a spokesman said.
Ostap Semerak told the Associated Press that troops broke into the Fatherland Party's offices this evening.
The action came after Kiev was flooded with hundreds of riot police in full gear who worked to surround and dismantle opposition protest tents erected outside government buildings.
The move comes after a statue of Lenin was toppled during anti-government, pro-European protests yesterday.
– Baljit Ubhey, CPS London Chief Crown Prosecutor
The Crown Prosecution Service has today authorised the Metropolitan Police Service to charge Tulisa Contostavlos, 25, with being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs.
This charge relates to an investigation by The Sun newspaper between early March 2013 and 23 May 2013 which resulted in the supply of Class A drugs to an investigative journalist.
We have determined that there is sufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction and that a prosecution is in the public interest.
Ms Contostavlos will appear before Westminster Magistrates' Court on 19 December 2013.
Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos is to be charged with being concerned in the supply of Class A drugs, the Crown Prosecution Service said today.
A spokesperson for the Ukrainian opposition has said its headquarters in Kiev have been stormed by authorities.
Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith has insisted his flagship welfare reforms remain on track, despite further delays to the programme.
Mr Duncan Smith disclosed last week that his 2017 target for the full introduction of Universal Credit is set to be missed - with around 700,000 claimants facing a longer wait.
Speaking ahead of his appearance before the Commons Work and Pensions Committee, he said the delay was to allow the most vulnerable claimants more time to adjust to the change.
"We could easily have tried to rush those people in but we have decided not to. I think it is only fair to give them longer," he told BBC Radio 4's Today programme.
"I do accept, of course, that this plan is different from the original plan."
Fellow Nobel Peace Prize winner Desmond Tutu will lead a tribute evening to Nelson Mandela in Johannesburg this evening.
The tribute evening, organised by the Nelson Mandela Foundation, will be addressed by the former Archbishop of Cape Town, and will hear songs from the Soweto Gospel Choir.
– Chief superintendent Dave Hull, Greater Manchester Police
Our thoughts go out the family and friends here. It's a tragedy what has happened here.
At this stage while the incident is being treated as suspicious, we're not looking for anyone else involved and we have not identified any suspects.
The fire service confirmed that the fire appears to have started in the kitchen area of the house. before spreading throughout the house.
Roy Keane has admitted he cried when his Manchester United career came to an abrupt end.
The midfielder left United in 2005 after heavily criticising his team mates during an interview with the club's in-house television station.
Keane, who is now the assistant manager of Ireland, said: "Of course I was upset: I did shed a few tears in my car for about two minutes.
"But I also told myself I had to get on with my life.
"I walked out with nothing, I had no club lined up and I was injured.
"I could have played for Manchester United easily for another couple of years."
Watch Keane and Vieira: Best of Enemies on ITV4 tomorrow at 10pm