NEWS: Is Ukraine becoming a dictatorship?
The past few days in Ukraine have been marked by an escalation of street protests and ongoing clashes with riot police in the center of Kiev, as Ukrainians respond to new repressive laws adopted last week.
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CNN (Date:01/24/2014 17:21)
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