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Google+ Hangout: Ukraine's 'EuroMaydan' Protests

Protests in downtown Kyiv
Protests in downtown Kyiv
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Protests in Ukraine show no signs of slowing after the Ukrainian parliament's rejection of a no-confidence vote against the government. Opposition leaders have told protesters to remain on the streets until President Viktor Yanukovych agrees to resign.

Watch (below or on YouTube) our Google + Hangout on the topic, incuding our Ukrainian Service director, Maryana Drach, who is covering events in Kyiv, and Oleh Rybachuk, a Ukrainian politician, civil-society activist, and expert on Euro-Atlantic integration. They were joined in Prague by RFE/RL Europe Desk Editor Brian Whitmore and Natalya Churikova, from RFE/RL's Ukrainian Service:
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by: Eugenio from: Vienna
December 04, 2013 13:46
So, guys, what's new on the Ukrainian front? To me it increasingly seems like Victor Yanukowitsch is about to become another Bashar al-Assad: while all sorts of Hillary Clintons, Lithuanian Presidents and cheap EU/US propaganda outlets go on presenting him as someone "whose days in power are numbered", he keeps kicking the butts of those pro-US/EU losers on the Maidan the same way as Bashar is doing it in Haleb or al-Qussair :_)).

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