Ukrainians Rally in Kiev Against Russian Aggression

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epa04137345 Ukrainians hold a giant flag made of national, Crimean Tatars and Crimean flags during a rally on Independence Square in Kiev, Ukraine, 23 March 2014. Russia officially declared Crimea part of its zone of military control on 22 March, even as isolated military units loyal to Ukraine hung on grimly at a few sites in the contested peninsula. The placard reads 'Putin, go away from Ukraine!'. EPA/SERGEY DOLZHENKOEPA

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People hold a huge Ukrainian, Crimean and Crimean Tatar flags during rally in support of Ukraine's territorial integrity, in Kiev's Independence Square, Ukraine, on March 23, 2014. Thousands of demonstrators gathered on Kiev's Independence Square Sunday for a weekly rally in support of a united Ukraine and against the aggression of the Russian Federation.

— The Associated Press

A woman holds a Ukranian flag as she attends an anti-war rally at Independence Square in Kiev on March 23, 2014.GLEB GARANICH / Reuters