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  • The Euromaidan protesters on barricades on Grushevskogo street, Kiev on January 26, 2014. Euromaidan began on November 21, 2014 with public protests demanding to sign the European Integration agreement. Later it widespread as a protest against power abuse, corruption and violation of human rights in Ukraine.
    The Euromaidan protester on barricades on Grushevskogo street, Kiev on January 26, 2014. Euromaidan began on November 21, 2014 with public protests demanding to sign the European Integration agreement. Later it widespread as a protest against power abuse, corruption and violation of human rights in Ukraine.
    The protesters watch the burning tires on the Grushevskogo street in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 25, 2014. After the anti-protests laws were issued the violence erupted on January 22, 2014.
    The protesters watch the burning tires on the Grushevskogo street in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 24, 2014. After the anti-protests laws were issued the violence erupted on January 22, 2014.
    The protesters watch the burning tires on the Grushevskogo street in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 24, 2014. After the anti-protests laws were issued the violence erupted on January 22, 2014.
    The Euromaidan protesters on barricades on Khrestchatik street, Kiev, Ukraine, on February 21, 2014. Euromaidan began on 21st of November with public protests demanding signing the European Integration agreement. Later it widespread as a protest against power abuse, corruption and violation of human rights in Ukraine.
    A gas mask on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 26, 2014. After the new anti-protests laws were issued on 16th of January, the violence erupted on this street. Many protesters ignored the interdiction to wear party masks, hard hats and gas masks.
    A protester walks on a burned bus after a night of violent protests on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 25, 2014.
    The protesters are about to break into Ukrainian House, the exhibition hall, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 26, 2014. Two hundred policemen were found hiding inside the building and were confronted by the self-defence units of Maidan.
    A protester uses a slingshot on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 25, 2014.
    The protesters burn the tires to prevent the police attack on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 24, 2014. The tires were brought by the inhabitants of Kiev in trunks of their cars.
    A protester after successfully throwing a cocktail Molotov at the Berkut riot police on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 25, 2014.
    The Berkut riot police units keep on showering the protesters while the temperature is – 16 C on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 25, 2014. The government allowed use of water cannons at the temperature below zero and special fire and gas grenades that have the potential to hurt more people, which violates the human rights.
    The activists group "Mothers" begs the police to stop attacking their own people on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 25, 2014.
    A Ukrainian Orthodox priest prays for peace on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 28, 2014.
    The interior troops units block the way to the Parliament, also known as Verkhovna Rada, on Grushevskogo Street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 26, 2014. In response of anti-protests laws issued on January 16, 2014, a stand-off between the protesters and the police started from the riots on January 19, and it lasted for almost a month till February 17.
    A protester watches the Berkut riot police units on Grushevskogo street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 26, 2014.
    A protester from self-defence unit guards the barricades on Grushevskogo Street, Kiev, Ukraine, on January 28, 2014.
    The protests continue on Maidan, in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 28, 2014.
    A protester on Grushevskogo street takes a break, in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 25, 2014. After the new anti-protests laws issued on January 16, 2014, the violence erupted on this street starting from January 22, 2014.
    A woman visits Ukrainian House, the exhibition hall, in Kiev, Ukraine, on January 26, 2014. The night before 200 policemen were found hiding inside the building and were confronted by the self-defence units of Maidan.
    The Institutska street, where the killing by the unknown snipers took place on February 18-20, on February 21, 2014. At least 79 people have been killed and 570 injured. At least 13 officers have been killed and 130 hospitalized with gunshot wounds. The passed away heroes of Maidan are called “Nebesna Sotnya” (Heaven's Sotnya (sotnya means self-defence unit).
    The Institutska street, where the killing by the unknown snipers took place on February 18-20, on February 21, 2014. At least 79 people have been killed and 570 injured. At least 13 officers have been killed and 130 hospitalized with gunshot wounds. The passed away heroes of Maidan are called “Nebesna Sotnya” (Heaven's Sotnya (sotnya means self-defence unit).
    People bid farewell to their fallen heroes in Kiev, on February 21, 2014. The passed away heroes of Maidan are called "Nebesna Sotnya" (Heaven's Sotnya (sotnya means self-defence unit).
    People bid farewell to their fallen heroes in Kiev, on February 21, 2014.
    The Maidan protesters pray in the church of Saint Michael’s Golden Domed Monastery in Kiev, Ukraine, on February 21, 2014. The monastery bells tolling woke Kiev up on November 30, 2014, when the peaceful student protesters were beaten up by the Berkut riot police units.
    The Independence square also known as Maidan, Kiev, Ukraine, on February 22, 2014.
    The Maidan self-defence guards make themselves comfortable in front in the Parliament, in Kiev, Ukraine, on February 22, 2014. The self-defence units were organized to patrol the streets and to guard the administration buildings.
    People pay homage to the fallen heroes of Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine, on February 26, 2014.
    The protests continue on Maidan, on February 21, 2014. The next day President Viktor Yanukovych, fled the country.
    The Maidan activists sing Ukrainian national anthem in Kiev, Ukraine, on February 27, 2014.
    A homage to the fallen heroes of Maidan in Kiev, Ukraine, on February 23, 2014. The passed away heroes of Maidan are called “Nebesna Sotnya” (Heaven's Sotnya (sotnya means self-defence unit).