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Putin: Ukraine protests seek to shake legitimate rulers

Demonstrators fill the streets of Kiev Monday after a weekend marked by violent clashes that went into the night as hundreds of thousands took to the streets rallying against President Viktor Yanukovich's decision to abandon a trade pact with the European Union and to seek closer economic ties with Russia. Demonstrators say their dream was taken away when the government made a u-turn on the EU deal. Now Russian President Vladimir Putin says no one's dream has been stolen. (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIAN PRESIDENT, VLADIMIR PUTIN, SAYING: "In my view, this has little to do with the cooperation between Ukraine and the European Union. Pay attention that no one is diving into the projects of the agreements, no one sees anything. No one is listening. They say that the Ukrainian people have had their dreams taken away. But if you look at the content of these agreements - though in principle the dream is good - then you see that many people will not live to see t

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