Some 1,000 supporters of Yulia Tymoshenko, a former prime minister and current leader of the Batkivschyna All-Ukrainian Association party and about 3,000 of her adversaries rally for her release outside the Kharkiv Appeal Court.
Some 1,500 supporters of Yulia Tymoshenko, a former prime minister and current leader of the Batkivschyna All-Ukrainian Association party, and about 2,000 of her adversaries are rallying outside the Kharkiv Appeal Court.
Four thousand supporters and opponents Tymoshenko rally in Kharkiv, set up rival pickets. Ukraine once again postponed the new trial of jailed ex-premier Yulia Tymoshenko to give the former Orange Revolution leader time to recover from back pain.
As part of continuing complaints against the regime of Ukrainian President Yanukovych, Svoboda and other opposition groups protested in Kiev over several issues they believe are detrimental to Ukrainian sovereignty.
More than 3,000 nationalists marched with torches to commemorate their hero Stepan Bandera who was a Ukrainian politician and one of the leaders of Ukrainian national movement in occupied Western Ukraine (Galicia), who headed the OUN.
Unmoved by the protests, the judge at Kyiv's Pechera District Court fined Tymoshenko the equivalent of $2,000 for refusing to attend the hearing into the killing of a Ukrainian parliamentarian more than 16 years ago.
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Dance teams from the Ukrainian cities of Donetsk and Nikolaev danced on Kiev's Khreshchatyk street and Independence Square for a place in the next round of a competition to determine the dance capital of Ukraine.