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  • Ukraine Protests
    People listen to former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    People listen to former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protest
    A body of a victim of recent unrest is exhibited near the stage moments before former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Darko Bandic | AP
  • Ukraine Tymoshenko
    Supporters listen to former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko as she addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Darko Bandic | AP
  • Ukraine Tymoshenko
    Supporters listen to former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko as she addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Darko Bandic | AP
  • Ukraine Tymoshenko
    Supporters listen to former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko as she addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Darko Bandic | AP
  • Ukraine Tymoshenko
    Supporters listen to former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko as she addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Darko Bandic | AP
  • Ukraine Protest
    Former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko addresses the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Hours after being released from prison, former Ukrainian prime minister and opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko praised the demonstrators killed in violence this week as heroes.
    Darko Bandic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    People hold up their candles as a body of an anti-government protester killed in clashes with police lays on display at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    People turn on cell phones and flash lights as a body of an anti-government protester killed in clashes with police is brought to Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections. .
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A body of an anti-government protester killed in clashes with police lies on display at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Three women weep as a body of an anti-government protester killed in clashes with police is brought to Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Women hold lit candles at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    People rejoice at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    People hold candles at Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine President’s Fallen Mansion
    AP newswoman Maria Danilova poses for a photo in front of the Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev's region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. For years, Maria has covered Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych, a post-Soviet strongman, whose closely guarded suburban residence of Mezhygirya became a symbol of his alleged corruption and contempt for democracy.
    AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    An ornamental horse stands outside Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev's region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting. Yanukovych left Kiev for his support base in the country's Russian-speaking east, but an aide said that he has no intention of abandoning power.
    Andrew Lubimov | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is freed from prison in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Tymoshenko said she will run for president in May.
    Inna Petrykova | AP
  • APTOPIX Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is greeted by supporters shortly after being freed from prison in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Tymoshenko said she will run for president in May.
    Sergey Kozlov | AP
  • APTOPIX Ukraine Protest Yanukovych
    In this image made from video released by the Regional Administration of Kharkiv and distributed by AP Video, Viktor Yanukovych, President of Ukraine, speaks in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital Saturday, seizing the president's office as parliament voted to remove him and hold new elections. Yanukovych described the events as a coup and insisted he would not step down. After a tumultuous week that left scores dead and Ukraine's political destiny in flux, fears mounted that the country could split in two — a Europe-leaning west and a Russian-leaning east and south.
    AP
  • APTOPIX Ukraine Protests
    People raise their fists during a rally in Independence Square, the epicenter of the country's current unrest, in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters in the Ukrainian capital claimed full control of the city Saturday following the signing of a Western-brokered peace deal aimed at ending the nation's three-month political crisis. The nation's embattled president, Viktor Yanukovych, reportedly had fled the capital for his support base in Ukraine's Russia-leaning east.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    People light candles during a funeral ceremony where a coffin with the body of a protester killed in recent clashes is carried through the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters in the Ukrainian capital claimed full control of the city Saturday following the signing of a Western-brokered peace deal aimed at ending the nation's three-month political crisis. The nation's embattled president, Viktor Yanukovych, reportedly had fled the capital for his support base in Ukraine's Russia-leaning east.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is greeted by supporters shortly after being freed from prison in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. One of her close allies said Tymoshenko was travelling directly to address the crowds on Kiev's iconic Independence Square - occupied since President Yanukovych's decision in November to spurn an agreement with the European Union in favour of closer ties with Russia.
    Sergey Kozlov | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    Former Ukrainian Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko is greeted by supporters shortly after being freed from prison in Kharkiv, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. One of her close allies said Tymoshenko was travelling directly to address the crowds on Kiev's iconic Independence Square -- occupied since President Yanukovych's decision in November to spurn an agreement with the European Union in favour of closer ties with Russia.
    Sergey Kozlov | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A coffin with the body of a protester killed in recent clashes is carried through the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters in the Ukrainian capital claimed full control of the city Saturday following the signing of a Western-brokered peace deal aimed at ending the nation's three-month political crisis. The nation's embattled president, Viktor Yanukovych, reportedly had fled the capital for his support base in Ukraine's Russia-leaning east.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    People walk in the grounds of Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside-residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting. Yanukovych left Kiev for his support base in the country's Russian-speaking east, but an aide said that he has no intention of abandoning power.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A coffin with the body of a protester killed in recent clashes is carried through the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Portrait of Yulia Tymoshenko is seen background. Protesters in the Ukrainian capital claimed full control of the city Saturday following the signing of a Western-brokered peace deal aimed at ending the nation's three-month political crisis. The nation's embattled president, Viktor Yanukovych, reportedly had fled the capital for his support base in Ukraine's Russia-leaning east.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A visitor looks at a sculpture on the territory of Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev's region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. Viktor Yanukovych is not in his official residence of Mezhyhirya, which is about 20 km (12.5 miles) north of the capital. Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting. Yanukovych left Kiev for his support base in the country's Russian-speaking east, but an aide said that he has no intention of abandoning power.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A coffin with the body of a protester killed in recent clashes is carried through the crowd in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Protesters in the Ukrainian capital claimed full control of the city Saturday following the signing of a Western-brokered peace deal aimed at ending the nation's three-month political crisis. The nation's embattled president, Viktor Yanukovych, reportedly had fled the capital for his support base in Ukraine's Russia-leaning east.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A protester waves an EU flag at the Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev's region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. Viktor Yanukovych is not in his official residence of Mezhyhirya, which is about 20 kilometres north of the capital. Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Poland Ukraine Reactions
    People dance tango, during the so called 'Tango Libre for Ukraine' event to show their support for the anti-government protests in Ukraine, in the Old Town in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.
    Czarek Sokolowski | AP
  • Poland Ukraine
    People dance tango during the so called 'Tango Libre for Ukraine' event to show their support for the anti-government protests in Ukraine, in the Old Town in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.
    Czarek Sokolowski | AP
  • Poland Ukraine Reactions
    People dance tango during the the so called 'Tango Libre for Ukraine' event to show their support for the anti-government protests in Ukraine, in the Old Town in Warsaw, Poland, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014.
    Czarek Sokolowski | AP
  • Ukraine Protest
    Protesters stand guard in front of the parliament building in central Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Ukraine's embattled president is calling the country's political crisis a coup and says it resembles the rise of Nazis in the 1930's. Viktor Yanukovych also says he has no intention of resigning or leaving the country.
    Darko Bandic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A congress of provincial lawmakers and officials is held in the Ukrainian eastern city of Kharkiv, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Governors, provincial officials and legislators gathered alongside top Russian lawmakers in Kharkiv and approved a statement calling on regional authorities to take full responsibility for constitutional order. The sign reads "The congress of legislators of southeastern regions of Ukraine, the Crimea and Sevastopol."
    Sergei Chuzavkov | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A protester guards the entrance to Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev's region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. Viktor Yanukovych is not in his official residence of Mezhyhirya, which is about 20 km (12.5 miles) north of the capital. Ukrainian security and volunteers from among the Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting. Yanukovych left Kiev for his support base in the country's Russian-speaking east, but an aide said that he has no intention of abandoning power.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • APTOPIX Ukraine Protests
    An anti-government protester stands guard in front of Ukraine's parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Fears that Ukraine could split in two mounted Saturday as regional lawmakers in the pro-Russian east questioned the authority of the national parliament. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital and parliament sought to oust the president.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    An protester guards the entrance to Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev's region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. Viktor Yanukovych is not in his official residence of Mezhyhirya, which is about 20 kilometres north of the capital. Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A suspected supporter of Ukraine's embattled president Viktor Yanukovych, center, is assaulted by anti-government protesters in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Fears that Ukraine could split in two mounted Saturday as regional lawmakers in the pro-Russian east questioned the authority of the national parliament. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital and parliament sought to oust the president.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    An anti-government protester stands guard in front of Ukraine's parliament in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014. Fears that Ukraine could split in two mounted Saturday as regional lawmakers in the pro-Russian east questioned the authority of the national parliament. Protesters took control of Ukraine's capital and parliament sought to oust the president.
    Marko Drobnjakovic | AP
  • Ukraine Protests
    A protester waves an EU flag at the Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence in Mezhyhirya, Kiev's region, Ukraine, Saturday, Feb, 22, 2014. Viktor Yanukovych is not in his official residence of Mezhyhirya, which is about 20 kilometres north of the capital. Ukrainian security and volunteers from among Independence Square protesters have joined forces to protect the presidential countryside retreat from vandalism and looting.
    Efrem Lukatsky | AP
More demonstrations and political developments characterized the latest day of change in Ukraine.
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