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Opposition under fire for failure to protect protesters

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Leaders of the three parliament opposition parties - Vitali Klitschko, Arseniy Yatseniuk and Oleh Tiahnybok (from left) - talk to people from a stage of EuroMaidan rally that was later brutally broken up by the police.
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Standing in the yard of St. Michael's monastery, Igor Mitrov, a 22-year-old Kyiv student talks about how he was betrayed and who betrayed him. He was in the crowd of hundreds of people which was broken up violently by the police in the early hours of Nov. 30.

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