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Clashes in Ukraine, while it looks to Europe for gas supplies

A stand-off in the streets of Odessa. Pro-Ukrainian and pro-Russian protesters clash outside the hotel where Ukrainian presidential candidate Oleg Tsarev was staying. A bus is attacked and a Ukrainian flag is burned. This, as Russia's chief prosecutor warns that ousted Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovich will not be extradited: (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) RUSSIA'S CHIEF PROSECUTOR YURI CHAIKA, SAYING: "Yanukovich is a fully fledged, legitimate president. The authorities that are there today came to power - in my opinion, and I speak as a lawyer - unlawfully as a result of an armed coup. We have no grounds for extradition of Yanukovich as Yanukovich is a legitimate president and he didn't commit a crime." As tensions continue to escalate, Russian President Vladimir Putin warned that gas supplies to Europe could be disrupted by Ukraine's failure to pay its gas bills. A now fearful Ukraine hopes to buy gas from Europe. The European Commission ha

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