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Headlines: Ukrainian coup attempt succeeds

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Interfax-Ukraine
February 21, 2014

28 MPs quit Party of Regions faction in Rada

Rada passes bill allowing Tymoshenko’s release

17 MPs leave Party of Regions faction in Rada

Yanukovych declares Feb 22-23 days of mourning victims

Rada passes bill preventing prosecution of protestors

Riot police getting ready to leave presidential HQ

Right Sector does not believe Yanukovych, vows to continue fight against authorities

Interfax
February 21, 2014

Rasmussen meets with Ukraine envoy to NATO

Tymoshenko likely to be freed on March 1 – aunt

Ashton hails Ukraine govt-opposition deal, demands punishment for rights violators

Maidan cheers at Rada decision over Tymoshenko

Yatsenyuk hopes Rada forms constitutional majority

People injured in Kyiv riots can fly abroad without passports – agency

Rada passes bill preventing persecution of protestors

About 20 Maidan activists approach Verkhovna Rada

Bildt: killers, rights violators in Ukraine must be called to account

Western Ukrainian town’s lawmakers ban Party of Regions, Communist Party activities

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  1. Kathleen
    February 22, 2014 at 8:40 am

    This is not over until all of Ukraine has voted and maybe not then either. Yanukovich is likely all set and wants out.

    Notice the exit of members from the Party of Regions Communist Party and its ban from a western Ukrainian town lawmakers. These two parties carried the ratification of Kharkiv Pact 187 / 236 votes with 212 abstaining. This extended the Russian Navy Black Sea Sevastopol lease from 2017 to 2042. Notice Yulia Tymoshenko was released. She contends the agreement violates part the Constitution which forbids the country from hosting foreign military bases after 2017.

    Let’s hope all is resolved peacefully, for the good of the people of Ukraine and peace of the whole world. The Molotovs will pale in comparison to what could happen.

  2. cg
    February 23, 2014 at 2:27 pm

    Those protesters were paid by Multibillionaire George Soros $5.5 Billion dollars to start a coup, in the Ukraine. I support Putin and common sense. I do not like liars, like EU, Saudi and Obama. They are liars.

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