A group of Ukrainian nationals gathered outside Prague Castle on Thursday to demonstrate against President Yanukovych as the death toll in their country mounted. There were calls for Yanukovych’s resignation as demonstrators held up banners reading ”How many more people must die?” Another demonstration is scheduled to take place on Prague’s Wenceslas Square later on Thursday. Meanwhile Czech politicians across the political spectrum have expressed grave concern over the latest developments calling for concerted action on the part of the international community to stop the violence in Ukraine.
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