Anti-government protesters wave a flag after taking control of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. "[It's] vandalism and bandits and a coup d'état," a defiant President Viktor Yanukovich, who has fled Kiev, said. Photo: Reuters Anti-government protesters wave a flag after taking control of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. "[It's] vandalism and bandits and a coup d'état," a defiant President Viktor Yanukovich, who has fled Kiev, said. Photo: Reuters
Anti-government protesters wave a flag after taking control of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. "[It's] vandalism and bandits and a coup d'état," a defiant President Viktor Yanukovich, who has fled Kiev, said. Photo: Reuters

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Anti-government protesters wave a flag after taking control of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. "[It's] vandalism and bandits and a coup d'état," a defiant President Viktor Yanukovich, who has fled Kiev, said. Photo: Reuters Anti-government protesters wave a flag after taking control of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. "[It's] vandalism and bandits and a coup d'état," a defiant President Viktor Yanukovich, who has fled Kiev, said. Photo: Reuters
Anti-government protesters wave a flag after taking control of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine. "[It's] vandalism and bandits and a coup d'état," a defiant President Viktor Yanukovich, who has fled Kiev, said. Photo: Reuters
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