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· December, 2013

Stories about Ukraine from December, 2013

26 December 2013

Ukrainians Demand Justice for Beaten & Jailed #Euromaidan Protesters

As Euromaidan protests in Ukraine continue, reports and evidence of police brutality against protesters and journalists grow. Netizens are organizing to protect victims of police brutality.

9 December 2013

Reasons Behind Ukraine's Protests Run Deeper than “Pro-EU” or “Anti-Russian”

Ukraine: Translators Organize on Facebook to Provide Live #Euromaidan Updates

How Internet Tools Turned Ukraine's #Euromaidan Protests Into a Movement

Euromaidan protests that began in Ukraine on November 21 have turned into a nationwide movement through new media and mass solidarity on the Internet. Tetyana Bohdanova explains how.

6 December 2013

As Ukraine's Protests Escalate, #Euromaidan Hashtag Lost in a Sea of Information

Even though it has become harder to find information about Euromaidan protests for the average social networking user, these online tools are actively being used among protesters. Tetyana Lokot explains.

4 December 2013

“The Outside World Frightens Putin”: Russians Talk Ukraine

RuNet Echo

"Is there a Twitter plugin that can be used to cut out all the political commentators who, sitting in cozy Moscow cafes, discuss the fate of Ukraine?"

2 December 2013

Why Ukraine's Revolution Won't Spread to Russia

RuNet Echo

East of the border, Russian bloggers continue to take a keen interest in the developing situation, although there is little consensus about what the protests entail for Russia's own opposition.

#Euromaidan Protests: ‘We Fight to Remain Ukraine’

After police used brutal force to disperse week-long anti-government protests in Kyiv on November 30, protesters have returned to the streets in greater numbers and are demanding the government's resignation.

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