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11:38, — Europa

Yanukovych at Moscow hospital after heart attack

The news is spread by Russia media.

Moscovsky Komsomolets newspaper reports with a link to a source that Yanukovych was taken to hospital in Moscow in grave condition.

The former president of Ukraine is at hospital after having a suspected heart attack, according to the newspaper.

“He is in grave condition. The information hasn't been confirmed officially,” the newspaper writes.

According to earlier reports, journalists began to look for proofs that Viktor Yanukovych is still alive after UNIAN news agency learnt from its sources that the former Ukrainian president died.

The last time when Yanukovych was seen alive was a press conference at VertolExpo centre in Rostov-on-Don on February 28, 2014.

His party fellows and the people close to him don't confirm Yanukovych has contacted them since then. Rumours about Yanukovych's death have appeared at least three times lately. They were actively spread on the Internet.

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