Toys are displayed outside a shop in the Ukrainian eastern city of Zaporizhzhya January 30, 2014. A city in Russian-speaking eastern Ukraine built on industry and blue collar workers, Zaporizhzhya is ... more 
Toys are displayed outside a shop in the Ukrainian eastern city of Zaporizhzhya January 30, 2014. A city in Russian-speaking eastern Ukraine built on industry and blue collar workers, Zaporizhzhya is not normally a place of revolution. Its population of 700,000 values employment and stability highly. In a 2010 election, 71 percent of voters there backed President Viktor Yanukovich, and it has long been a bastion of support for his Party of Regions. But in a rare display of dissent in Ukraine's sixth city, up to 5,000 anti-government protesters picketed the regional government headquarters last Sunday and demanded the resignation of the president-appointed local governor. Picture taken January 30, 2014. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (UKRAINE - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) less 
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Reuters | Photo By DAVID MDZINARISHVILI / REUTERS
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