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The top story on Ukrainian TV channels on 28 February was the presentation of a new An-158 regional aircraft which receives an international certificate. Most of the TV channels covered a protest staged by students against an education draft law. Covering international news, TV showed growing confrontation and evacuation of foreign citizens in Libya. Crimean TV focused on local news. The following are summaries of the news bulletins broadcast by the Inter, Ukrayina, ICTV, 5 Kanal, UT1, Crimea, Black Sea and Sevastopol NTS TV channels on 28 February:
Inter TV 1800 gmt (privately-owned)
2. Kiev students hold a protest against an education draft law and increasing tuition fees.
3. Parliament will consider amendments to the education system and hear Education Minister Tabachnyk's report on 4 March, MPs decide. Also, MPs discuss buckwheat shortage.
4. A district prosecutor is found dead in a burnt-out car in Cherkasy Region. Police say the prosecutor died of a heart stroke, and the car was burnt because of a cigarette.
5. A landslide poses a threat to a village in Chernivtsi Region.
6. A psychiatric clinic is closed down in Rodynske, Donetsk Region. Relatives of the clinic's patients complain that the nearest clinic is dozens of kilometres away.
7. Rare Disease Day is marked in the world. Correspondent's report about Ukrainians suffering from rare illnesses.
8. Electricity inspectors face charges over the illegally sale of devices distorting electricity meters' indices.
9. Somali pirates hijack the Dover ship with two Ukrainian seamen aboard in the Arabian Sea.
10. Foreign: Egypt's Mubarak is put under home arrest; landslide in Bolivia.
11. A DIY training is held in the UK.
12. A Russian schoolboy …