An anti-government protester poses for a picture inside a burnt bus at the site of clashes with Interior Ministry members and riot police in Kiev, February 19, 2014.(REUTERS/Konstantin Grishin)
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The White House on Wednesday called the deadly violence on the streets of Kiev "completely outrageous" and renewed its appeal for calm, warning that sanctions against Ukraine could follow.Obama was expected to make public comments on Ukraine later in the day, Rhodes told reporters aboard Air Force One.The Pentagon for its part called on Ukraine's army to stay out of the conflict and warned that if it intervened, Washington would review ties with the country's military.US lawmakers also voiced dismay at the violence.
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