Police Proeurope Ukraine

November 25, 2013 by  

Police Proeurope Ukraine, Ukrainian police fired tear gas on Monday at pro-Europe demonstrators protesting a policy U-turn back towards Russia after the prime minister said there could be no repetition of the Orange Revolution protests of nine years ago.

A few hundred people marched in the capital for a second straight day, responding to opposition calls for street protests over a decision last Thursday by the government to walk away from a trade pact with the European Union.

Though the numbers were much reduced from Sunday, when tens of thousands turned out and demonstrations mainly took place peacefully, trouble briefly flared outside government headquarters in the capital Kiev.

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