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An Hour Before: New Police Patrol

Author: 02.10.2015 | an hour before, Ukraine, society
OUTLOOK continues series of features "..." and this time we were lucky to witness how a crew of New Police Patrol is getting ready for duty. So, today we suggest you figure out how morning of these courageous people in charge of our safety begins.
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