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Euromaidan (; Ukrainian: Євромайдан, Russian: Евромайдан, Yevromaidan, literally Euro[pean] Square) was a wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Ukraine, which began on the night of 21 November 2013 with public protests in Maidan Nezalezhnosti (Independence Square) in Kiev. The protests were sparked by the Ukrainian government's decision to suspend the signing of an association agreement with the European Union, instead choosing closer ties to Russia and the Eurasian Economic Union. The scope of the protests soon widened, with calls for the resignation of President Viktor Yanukovych and his government. The protests were fueled by the perception of widespread government corruption, abuse of power and violation of human rights in Ukraine. Transparency International named President Yanukovych as the top example of corruption in the world. The situation escalated after the violent dispersal of protesters on 30 November, leading to many more protesters joining. The protests led to the 2014 Ukrainian revolution.
During the Euromaidan, there were protests and clashes with police throughout Ukraine, especially at the Maidan in Kiev, which was occupied and barricaded by protesters, along with some administrative buildings, including Kiev City State Administration. On 8 December the crowd toppled Lenin statue nearby, police did not intrude. Protests and clashes increased in January, after the Ukrainian parliament passed a group of anti-protest laws. Protesters occupied government buildings in many regions of Ukraine. The protests climaxed in mid-February. Riot police advanced towards Maidan and clashed with protesters but did not fully occupy it. Police and activists fired live and rubber ammunition at multiple locations in Kyiv. There was fierce fighting in Kiev on February 18–20, in which 77 activists and 17 police officers were killed (see List of people killed during Euromaidan). Academic research suggests that many protesters were shot from locations controlled by Euromaidan. As a result of these events, Yanukovych was forced to make concessions to the opposition to end the bloodshed in Kiev and end the crisis. The Agreement on settlement of political crisis in Ukraine was signed by Vitaly Klitschko, Arseny Yatsenyuk, Oleh Tyahnybok. The signing was witnessed by the Foreign Ministers of Germany and Poland, Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Radosław Sikorski, respectively, and the Director of the Continental Europe Department of the French Foreign Ministry, Eric Fournier. Vladimir Lukin, representing Russia, refused to sign the agreement.
The day the agreement was signed, the motorcade of Yanukovych was fired upon and shortly after that Yanukovych and other high government officials fled the country. Protesters gained control of the presidential administration and Yanukovych's private estate. Afterwards, the parliament removed Yanukovych from office, replaced the government with Oleksandr Turchynov, and ordered that former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko be released from prison. Events in Kyiv were soon followed by the Crimean crisis and pro-Russian unrest in Eastern Ukraine. Despite the ousting of Yanukovych, the installation of a new government, and the adoption of the Ukraine–European Union Association Agreement's political provisions, the protests have sustained pressure on the government to reject Russian influence in Ukraine.
Around the World with Rhys Lawrey [Full Movie]
Around the World by Motorcycle with Rhys Lawrey. [Full Movie]
For the first time, you can enjoy the full movie of the whole, (No episodes, just like the DVD) Watch Rhys Lawrey's record-breaking round the world adventure unfold. Watch the young motorcycle traveller video different stages of his trip.
Rhys left the Ace Cafe in London on the 2nd May 2014 ages just 22 riding his Triumph Tiger 800XC, called Tigger.
Over the following 15 months he rode 56,854 miles through 71 countries, becoming the youngest person to circumnavigate the world by motorcycle. Not content with one world record, he also broke the Guinness World Record for the Most Consecutive Capital Cities Visitied by Motorcycle.
He finished at the Houses of parliament in London on the 17th July 2015, aged only 24 years and 12 days old after seeing the world. Not to mention the trip was solo and unsupported.
From the very beginning to the very end, Rhys takes viewers through the ups and downs that he experienced in the six different continents and reveals how he broke world records, and travelled at such a young age to inspire riders of tomorrow.
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Failed musician Vanessa comes home from her stale office job one evening to find a version of somebody she knows inside her own house - can she escape? Surrealist horror nightmare with splotches of black humour, and maggots.
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