More than 2,000 pro-Russian militants on Sunday stormed the police headquarters in the Ukrainian port city of Odessa, where 42 people died in clashes two days ago. An AFP reporter on the scene said the crowd shouted “fascists, fascists” as they attacked the building, demanding the release of some of their number arrested during the clashes. In a bid to calm the crowd, police freed one of the detained pro-Russians, who emerged to cheers of “well played” from the protesters. The protesters, some armed with batons, had made it into an interior courtyard. More