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Politics Opposition supporters during a rally to protest against a Russian language bill passed by parliament in Kiev. Hundreds of protesters clashed with riot police in central Kiev and Ukraine's parliament speaker offered to resign on Wednesday amid uproar after a move to boost the status of the Russian language in the former Soviet republic. Riot police fired tear gas and used batons to push back protesters, who had massed in front of a building where President Viktor Yanukovich was due to hold a news briefing. The bill would upgrade the status of Russian in the former Soviet republic.

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Opposition supporters during a rally to protest against a Russian language bill passed by parliament…

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Riot police during a rally to protest against a Russian language bill passed by parliament in Kiev.…

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Deputy of the Ukrainian Vekhovnaya Rada NU-NS faction Vacheslav Kirilenko (right) during a rally to…

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