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    • Protesters talking
    • Protesters from 'orange' and 'blue' factions quietly discussing the problems in their country - Ukraine. They wear orange and blue ribbons, the symbols of their factions.
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    • Young protesters
    • Three young protesters wearing white headbands in kamikaze style to demonstrate their commitment to hunger strike.
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    • Bujak’s comment: "Bands around heads (kamikaze style) symbolize commitment to hunger strike."


    • Yanukovych supporters
    • Two Viktor Yanukovych supporters stand wearing light blue ribbons, the color of the Yanukovych party. The girl is wearing a light blue scarf which reads "I am going to vote" and the young man is wearing an orange scarf which represents the Donetsk...
    • Blue scarf reads: Я. Иду на выборы. Orange scarf reads: Шахтер чемпион. Донецк.
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    • Protesters mingling outside the Central Terminal
    • Protesters are mingling outside of the Central Terminal of the Kyiv Passenger Railway Station. A stage has been erected near the Terminal entrance. Yushchenko supporters are wearing orange plastic ponchos, orange ribbons and headbands. One man is...
    • The blue and white Yanukovych banner reads: "За Януковича! Вибiр 2004" (For Yanukovych! The choice for 2004.) The orange Yushchenko flag reads: Вiрю Знаю Можемо. Так! (I believe, I know, we can. Yes!)
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    • Yushchenko supporters rallying on Vokzal'na Square
    • Yushchenko supporters are rallying on Vokzal'na Square, outside of the Kyiv Passenger Railway Station. The Polissia shopping center is visible in the background. Several protesters have climbed onto a platform; they are waiving orange flags in...
    • The sign on the shopping center reads: "Полiсся Торговельний центр". The street sign above reads: "Вулиця Л. Толстого". The signs for the arcade read: "Гральнi автомати". The Ukrainian flag has the word "Галичина" written across it. The orange...
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    • Sticker "war" between Yushchenko and Yanukovych supporters
    • A blue and white Yanukovych banner is strapped with blue ribbons to the fence outside of the Central Terminal of the Kyiv Passenger Railway Station. Yushchenko supporters have covered the banner with orange pro-Yushchenko stickers. Several...
    • The blue and white Yanukovych banner reads: "За Януковича! Вибiр 2004" (For Yanukovych! The choice for 2004.) The stickers read: “Свободу не спинити” (Freedom cannot be stopped), "Так! Ющенко" (Yes! Yushchenko) and "Ющенко--президент!" (Yushchenko...
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    • Protesters talking
    • Protesters talking to each other; an orange flag sticking out of the protester's jacket. The sign on the flag reads: "Tak!"
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    • Young protesters
    • Young protesters wearing white headbands in kamikaze style to demonstrate their commitment to hunger strike; a lady talking into the microphone. Some of the protesters wear orange ribbons, scarf, T-shirt.
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    • Bujak’s comment: "Bands around heads (kamikaze style) symbolize commitment to hunger strike."


    • Protesters on the street
    • Protesters on the street; a woman in an orange scarf seriously looking at what happening around.
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    • Families at Maidan
    • Children, accompanied with their mother, pose for a picture. The little boy is blowing a horn while his older sister is holding an orange pom-pom. Their mother is holding up a Russian flag with an orange balloon tied to it. A green car with orange...
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    • Viktor Yushchenko at Maidan
    • Presidential candidate Viktor Yushchenko came out to Maĭdan Nezalez︠h︡nosti to encourage and give praise to his supporters. In this image they are singing the national anthem of Ukraine.
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    • Women in the revolution
    • Smiling woman looking at other participants of the revolution. The sign on the woman's headband reads "Tak! Yushchenko".
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    • Protesters talking
    • Two protesters talking to each other, one of the protesters wearing an orange ribbon in support of Yushchenko's "Tak!" party.
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    • Young protesters
    • Radical students from Hora, a neighborhood in Kiev, announcing hunger strike inside a club where the press conferences took place.
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    • Bujak’s comment: "Radical students from Hora announcing hunger strike. Inside a club where the press conferences were taken place. Bands around heads (kamikaze style) symbolize commitment to hunger strike."


    • Protesters talking
    • Protesters quietly talking about the problems in their country - Ukraine. A man wears an orange ribbon and a woman holds a flag of Ukraine in support of Yushchenko "Tak!" party.
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    • Protesters from Variazh on Maidan
    • A protester from Variazh, a former city in western Ukraine located close to the border with Poland, is standing behind the wooden barricade and holding up the sign "Variazh". He is looking at other protesters on his left side. One of the protesters...
    • The sign reads: "Варяж".
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    • Protesters talking
    • Two representatives of 'orange' and 'blue' factions talking to each other. They wear an orange and blue ribbons, the symbols of their factions.
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    • Protesters talking
    • Two representatives of 'orange' and 'blue' factions talking to each other. They wear an orange and blue ribbons, the symbols of their factions.
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    • Women conversing at Maidan
    • Two women are having a conversation at Maidan. The women are wearing orange ribbons and scarves, as well as, one of them is holding a yellow-orange sun stuffed animal. She is also wearing a ribbon that says "the youth is leading to victory."...
    • Ribbon reads: Молодежь ведет к победе.
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    • Standing in the snow
    • Despite the snow, protestors are determined to stay at Maidan until they see a Yushchenko victory. One protestor tied an orange flag to their backpack to create a sort of cape, in order to represent their support for Yushchenko.
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