Ukraine politician in hospital after protest clashes at Parliament
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President Putin responded to Putin’s recent visit to Ukraine by launching a crackdown on freedom of speech and opinion. Pro-Kremlin lawmakers protested Putin’s announcement that authorities would begin building a “military presence” in the country. The opposition in eastern Ukraine called the move a move to militarize the region and called for Russia to pay $35 billion to the EU. The protesters in the country responded by forming the National Assembly, a government composed of mostly pro-Western elected officials. A second wave of protests followed, leading to a government collapse and violent street battles in several cities, including Donetsk and Luhansk.