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Ukraine unrest: On front line with Kiev protesters

30 January 2014 Last updated at 12:08 GMT

Protesters in Ukraine have rejected the terms of a new amnesty law aimed at ending the country's unrest.

Parliament backed an amnesty for detainees if protesters vacated the government buildings they had occupied and unblocked streets and squares.

The opposition has rejected this and protesters remain camped out in central Kiev.

The BBC's Matthew Price reports from the front line, where people show no sign of moving on.

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