A man takes photos of a "Wanted" notice, of fugitive Ukrainian President Victor Yanukovich, plastered on the window of a car used as barricade near Kiev's Independent Square February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
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Ukraine's parliament voted Tuesday to send fugitive President Viktor Yanukovich to the International Criminal Court, while his acting successor expressed concern about "signs of separatism" in Russian-speaking Crimea.A resolution, overwhelmingly supported by parliament, linked Yanukovich, who was ousted by the legislature Saturday and is now on the run, to police violence against protesters which it said had led to the deaths of more than 100 citizens of Ukraine and other states. The court could intervene if Ukraine asked it to.Both Russia and the West, while competing for influence over Ukraine under its new rulers, have said publicly that they do not want a split to happen.The EU's foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton said Russia should behave like a good neighbor and let Ukraine move forward in the way it chooses following three months of conflict.European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso told the European Parliament he was committed to supporting Ukraine.
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