Ukraine police surrender negotiations 'break down'

ITV News Europe Editor James Mates and foreign news editor John Angier are in Luhansk:

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Negotiations on police surrender in #Lugansk appear to have broken down over who gets to keep police weapons

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Pro Russia crowd besiege police headquarters in Luhansk. Waiting for police to surrender http://t.co/oiJfs2Pbiq

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Crowd in Luhansk urged be patient and wait for police to emerge. A woman tells me they want friendship with Russia but not union #Ukraine

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