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Kyiv's Two Tent Camps Reflect Ukraine East-West Dividei
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December 16, 2013 7:21 PM
One kilometer separates Kyiv's rival tent cities, the sprawling improvised camp of pro-Europe demonstrators on Independence Square, and the compact army-style camp of supporters of President Viktor Yanukovych on Constitution Square. VOA's Jim Brooke reports.

Kyiv's Two Tent Camps Reflect Ukraine East-West Divide

Published December 16, 2013

One kilometer separates Kyiv's rival tent cities, the sprawling improvised camp of pro-Europe demonstrators on Independence Square, and the compact army-style camp of supporters of President Viktor Yanukovych on Constitution Square. VOA's Jim Brooke reports.


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