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Ukraine saw a revival of unrest on Tuesday. After some days of relative calm, clashes between protesters and government forces reportedly began again, with demonstrators chanting "shame" and hurling Molotov cocktails at riot police. It remains unclear how many people were killed in the protests. Robert Siegel speaks with journalist David Stern, who is in Kiev, Ukraine, for more on the renewed protests as they happen.
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