Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov said late Friday that a major economic deal with Russia was imminent as protestors in Kiev geared up for another weekend of protests amid the ongoing political stand-off in the former Soviet nation.
How should Ukrainian authorities deal with the massive anti-government protests currently taking place in the capital, Kiev?
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