By JOE GALVIN, Storyful
Kiev, UKRAINE (CIRCA via STORYFUL) — The Gorodok Gallery, a mall in Kiev, Ukraine, said one of its digital displays had been hacked to display a swastika on the weekend of Saturday, Feb. 16, and Sunday, Feb. 17.
Video of the swastika display was shared widely on social media.
The "hacking" took place ahead of a planned march by Sokil, a nationalist group affiliated with the Svoboda party, and smaller demonstrations by far-right groups, including supporters of Natsionalny Druzhyny and the Azov Battalion, as reported by the OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine.
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