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Protesters, journalists take a beating in Ukraine

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Police beat protesters and journalists outside of the Ukrainian presidential administration building on Sunday, where a group of young men tried to break police lines. Protesters fired flares at police who threw them back and shot stun grenades into the crowd. Then riot police started pushing protesters out of the square in front of the presidential administration building and beating those who refused to leave. Mass protests drew several hundred thousands out on the streets on Sunday to protest the government's decision to forego an EU deal and a violent crackdown by police on protesters. The rally, by far the biggest seen in the Ukrainian capital since the Orange Revolution nine years ago, came a day after a police crackdown on protesters that inflamed demonstrators further after President Viktor Yanukovich's policy switch. While the main protest on Kiev's Independence Square was peaceful, groups of roving masked

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