An anti-government protester injured during clashes with riot police receives medical care at a makeshift hospital in Kiev February 20, 2014. (REUTERS/Stringer)
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Nearby, protesters scream wildly for people to clear a path for a stretcher carrying a man's covered body.Riot police fire salvos of rubber bullets at anti-government protesters who hurl back Molotov cocktails and stones, determined to take back full control of the square, epicenter of the opposition-led protest movement.Inside, volunteer health workers have taken over the lobby.According to the volunteer medics, over 60 protesters died from gunshot wounds Thursday.Back on the square, protesters manning the barricades show an AFP reporter spent cartridge shells, and metal shields pierced with what look like bullet holes.
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