(Orginal Source BBC
) - Pro-Russian activists have attacked another official government building in East Ukraine ignoring demands from Kiev’s central government to vacate the premises or face force.
A crowd of protesters stormed a police station in Horlivka, a city in east Ukraine, taking control of the building. Protesters are asking for a referendum similar to the one conducted last month in Crimea.
Ukraine’s interim president Olexander Turchynov said he was not against a national referendum on the future of east Ukraine but accused Russia of aggression and intervening.
Turchynov said Ukraine was preparing an "anti-terrorist operation" against gunmen occupying government buildings in Sloviansk and a number of other towns and cities.