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Audrey Hepburn en pointe.
her smile though!Oh Audrey
OMG i love thiss, so much. audrey hepburn is so amazing. i love that there’s this many notes on this too.I honestly love her
Everyone needs audrey hepburn on their blog
A few days ago I’ve posted some info about Euromaidan in Kiev, Ukraine… How thousands of people come out to the middle of the city to peacefully tell the Government that they don’t exactly like the fact that our President decided to not sign the Association with the EU on 29th of November.
In the early morning of November 30, at 4am 2,000 armed Berkut police forcefully broke up the ongoing rally on Maidan Nezalezhnosti, beating protesters with truncheons and employing tear gas at over 1,000 who remained overnight. Protesters, including women, children, and passersby, were targeted indiscriminately and numerous injuries and detainees were reported. The reports were corroborated by the Associated Press, Kyiv Post, Ukrayinska Pravda, and Ukraine’s Channel 5. Reuters news agency said the injured included one of its cameramen and a photographer, who was left bloodied by blows to the head. A Danish journalist captured video of police beating and kicking defenseless men in the head; upon realizing they were being filmed, the Berkut troops attacked the journalist. “They beat me in the head and made several attempts at trying to grab my phone out of my hand,” Andersen said.Authorities told the Interfax-Ukraine news agency that the decision to break up the protests came after “a number of incidents and clashes” between pro-EU supporters and the police.
P.S. The EuroMaidan is a series of protests in Ukraine that began on the night of November 21, 2013, when Ukrainian citizens started spontaneous protests in the capital of Ukraine, Kiev. On the previous day, on November 21, 2013, the Ukrainian government suspended preparations for signing an Association Agreement and Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement (DCFTA) with the European Union. The protest are ongoing with many police present and an increasing number of university students joining the protests.
Basically, guys, there’s a revolution in my country. Happening this damn minute.
On Sunday, 24/11/13, over 100 000 Ukrainians gathered on Maidan Nezalezhnosti in Kiev, to protest the delay in signing association agreement with EU.
I’m delighted to see similar rallies gathering in USA, UK,…