Ukraine's Tymoshenko says she does not want post of prime minister

TOPSHOTS Newly freed Ukrainian opposition icon Yulia Tymoshenko speaks at Independence Square on February 22, 2014, moments after parliament voted to hold early presidential elections in May. Tymoshenko received a rapturous welcome on Independence Square. "You are heroes, you are the best of Ukraine," she told the 50,000-strong crowd before breaking down in tears. The latest developments in the ex-Soviet nation's three-month political crisis came after protesters took control of Kiev's charred





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