Medics transport an injured protester during an attack of the Ukrainian House building in central Kiev, Ukraine, early Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014. (AP Photo/Evgeny Feldman)
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Police clashed with protesters who blockaded a building in central Kiev on Sunday and the fate of Ukraine's government was up in the air after embattled President Viktor Yanukovich offered opposition leaders key posts.The two-hour, pre-dawn confrontation came after Yanukovich made his biggest concession yet in a two-month-old standoff that has cast Ukraine into crisis, killed at least three people and deepened tension between Russia and the West.Hoping to end protests that threaten to bring the country to a standstill, Yanukovich on Saturday offered former economy minister Arseny Yatsenyuk the post of prime minister.Opposition leaders say Yanukovich has betrayed Ukraine and are calling for a presidential election long before the next one is due in spring 2015 .
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