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    • Banner on pedestrian bridge over Instytuts'ka Street
    • An orange banner criticizing the Ministry of Health and its head Andrii Pidaev is displayed on the pedestrian bridge over Instytuts'ka Street. The banner reads: "Health Ministry, start health care with yourself! Put Pidaev in resuscitation!"...
    • The banner reads: "Мiнздрав, лiкування почни з себе! Пiдаева в реанiмацiю!"
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    • Banners on pedestrian bridge over Instytuts'ka Street
    • Pro-Yushchenko banners are displayed on the pedestrian bridge over Instytuts'ka Street representing solidarity of various Ukrainian regions and organizations with the protesters: Dnipropetrovs'k, Donbass, Bogrivka, Kherson, L'viv National Academy...
    • The banners read (from left to right): Так! Ющенко (over it in marker: Владу беремо під контроль! ЛНАМ), Донбас Так!, Богрiвка, Дніпропетровськ! Так! Ми разом!, Херсон за Ющенка.
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    • Information van on a Kyiv street
    • Pedestrians are reading pro-Yushchenko information leaflets taped to the rear window of a minivan parked on a Kyiv street. Several people have orange ribbons tied to their clothes. There are orange ribbons tied to the fence in the background.
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    • Bujak's comment: Revolution needs rapid flow and easy access to information. Everybody needs to know what is happening. This is a key requirement for the leaders (if they have been already chosen) to be trusted. The organizers of the Orange...


    • Information van on a Kyiv street
    • Pedestrians are reading pro-Yushchenko information leaflets taped to the rear window of a minivan parked on a Kyiv street. Several people have orange ribbons tied to their clothes.
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    • Bujak's comment: Revolution needs rapid flow and easy access to information. Everybody needs to know what is happening. This is a key requirement for the leaders (if they have been already chosen) to be trusted. The organizers of the Orange...


    • Marching through Kiev
    • Protestors are marching through the Kiev streets. Many of them are wearing orange ribbons attached to their clothes. Some are holding up flags and posters. A man in the front of the crowd has the word "yes" taped to his jacket and pants.
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    • Protesters mingling on Vokzal'na Street
    • Yanukovych and Yushchenko supporters are mingling and waving flags and banners in support of the two candidates on Vokzal'na Street, near the Central Terminal of the Kyiv Passenger Railway Station. There are many white and blue flags and banners in...
    • The blue and white Yanukovych flags read: "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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    • Sign on Maidan
    • The sign reads: "Donbass, come to us! Mobile - phone, food, hot - bath, clothes, sauna - swimming pool, tennis court". Donbass is informal name of the Donets Basin.
    • The sign reads: "Донбасс, заходи к нам! Мобильные - телефон, пища, горячие - ванны, одежда, сауна - басейн, тенисный корт".
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    • Yanukovych supporters inside the Central Terminal
    • Yushchenko supporters are mingling inside the Central Terminal of the Kyiv Passenger Railway Station. A group of protesters are standing or squatting in a semicircle around the camera. Several are smiling at the camera; a man in the center is...
    • The train schedule sign reads: "Розклад прибуття пасажирських поїздів."
    • Bujak's comment: "What do those bands signify? – It's a revolution in our heads.“


    • Yushchenko supporter buses on nighttime street
    • Three male Yushchenko supporters are standing in the middle of the nighttime cobble-stone street. One of them has an orange ribbon tied around his knee. A yellow school bus and yellow mini-bus are parked behind them. The mini-bus has a Ukrainian...
    • The sign on the bus reads: "Шкiльний автобус".
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    • Yushchenko supporters mingling behind barricade
    • Yushchenko supporters are mingling behind a makeshift barricade on a Kyiv street. They are wearing orange in the clothes. Several people are drinking out of paper cups. Behind them is a bus and city buildings. Banners in the foreground announce the...
    • Banners in the foreground read: Дубно за справедливiсть and Так! Ющенко Дубно.
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    • Yushchenko supporters with trident
    • Two Yushchenko supporters with orange ribbons in their clothes are on the nighttime Maidan. One of the men is holding a flagpole topped with the Ukrainian trident, with orange ribbons tied to it, and the flag draped around the flagpole.
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    • Bujak's comment: People from UPA (with trident). UPA has recently become very pro-Poland, even though they continue to be very nationalistic.

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