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Thousands protest Ukraine's deal with Russia

Tens of thousands of demonstrators take to the streets of Kiev - after Ukraine strikes a deal with Moscow. Earlier on Tuesday - Russia agreed to give Ukraine a 15 billion dollar bailout - and significant cuts to the price of gas. The deal - with Ukrainian President Vicktor Yanukovich - was a coup for Russian President Vladimir Putin - and quickly sparked more anti-government protests in Kiev's Independence Square. Heavy weight champion - and head of the opposition party - Udar - Vitaly Klitschko. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) BOXER AND HEAD OF THE OPPOSITION UDAR, OR "PUNCH" PARTY, VITALY KLITSCHKO, SAYING: "We are struggling, but we will win. The authorities are shaking but they have not given up. They've given up Ukraine's national interests. They've given up Ukraine's independence, and they've given up perspectives of better life for all Ukrainians." Mass demonstrations in the former Soviet republic - started last month after Yanukovich walked away from a

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