"Anti-government protesters in Ukraine have seized luxury cars which they believe belong to the son of ousted president Viktor Yanukovych.
The 12 vehicles were apparently discovered on Friday at a private warehouse near Gostomel near Kiev.
One of them, an armoured Knight XV luxury SUV, is reported to be worth about 4.5m hyrvna (£300,000; $500,000)."
"A crowd of pro-Russian Ukrainians in the city of Kharkiv is protecting a statue of Lenin, while pro-EU Ukrainians are blocking government buildings.Crowds of Kharkiv residents, members of the communist and socialist parties, as well as veterans of World War II and the Afghan wars came to secure the monument of Lenin on Liberty Square in the eastern Ukrainian city of Kharkiv on Sunday. They built a metal fence around the monument, which Maidan protesters reportedly planned to pull down on Sunday. Many war veterans came to the square as February 23 is the Defender of the Fatherland Day, celebrated in the former Soviet republic" and marking the date of the first draft to the Soviet Red Army in 1918.
So who to trust and who to believe?
Damned if I know but do not believe the news verbatim as it is never simply black or white but it is many shades of gray!
The Ukrainian crisis will unfold in the days, weeks and months to come and there will be many players outside of that country.