Riot police separate opposition and pro-government activists outside an election precinct in Kiev where the opposition alleged election fraud in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. Nearly a week after Ukraine's parliamentary election, officials on Friday still scrambled to tally votes in several key districts across the country, in what the opposition says is a clear example of widespread vote rigging by the ruling party. As the vote-counting dragged on in one Kiev precinct, fists flew, tear gas was fired, opposition activists shouted angrily and an election official sobbed hysterically. (AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)

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Riot police separate opposition and pro-government activists outside an election precinct in Kiev where the opposition alleged election fraud in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. Nearly a week after Ukraine's parliamentary election, officials on Friday still scrambled to tally votes in several key districts across the country, in what the opposition says is a clear example of widespread vote rigging by the ruling party. As the vote-counting dragged on in one Kiev precinct, fists flew, tear gas was fired, opposition activists shouted angrily and an election official sobbed hysterically.  (AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)
Riot police separate opposition and pro-government activists outside an election precinct in Kiev where the opposition alleged election fraud in Kiev, Ukraine, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. Nearly a week after Ukraine's parliamentary election, officials on Friday still scrambled to tally votes in several key districts across the country, in what the opposition says is a clear example of widespread vote rigging by the ruling party. As the vote-counting dragged on in one Kiev precinct, fists flew, tear gas was fired, opposition activists shouted angrily and an election official sobbed hysterically. (AP Photo/Sergei Chuzavkov)