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Honoring the fallen in Kiev

The prayers continue in Maidan. Forty days after a mass of protesters died in violence in Kiev's Independence Square, mourners gather to honor the dead. As they lay endless bouquets of flowers, mourners promise the deaths won't be in vain. (SOUNDBITE) (Ukrainian) KIEV RESIDENT, OKSANA GRYGORENKA, SAYING: "I think the dead are saints. They are called the 'heavenly hundred'. We will be grateful to them until the end of our lives for fighting for our justice and freedom. I'm looking forward to the May 25 elections. I'm waiting with a kind of fear and impatience. I think it will be a kind of turning point in our life. We must take it very seriously." Kiev leaders say it is essential to remember the victims - especially while weighing tough decisions to pull Ukraine out of political and economic crisis. (SOUNDBITE) (Ukrainian) HEAD OF KIEV CITY ADMINISTRATION, VOLODYMYR BONDARENKO, SAYING: "The city authority will take all measures to keep the death

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