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In pictures: Ukrainian factions regroup after Yanukovych departure

Yanukovych's disappearance has left a power vacuum in Ukraine. Opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, released from prison Saturday Feb. 22, was reported to have said she is not interested in the prime minister's job.

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A supporter carries an old Soviet flag while attending a pro-Yanukovych rally in the eastern city of Donetsk, February 23, 2014. Ukraine's new rulers, just 24 hours after ousting President Viktor Yanukovich, began speedily to unstitch his power structure on Sunday, appointing a provisional leader to replace him and sacking his key ministers.

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Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko meets with U.S. ambassador to Ukraine Geoffrey Pyatt, left, and head of the EU Delegation to Ukraine Jan Tombinski in Kiev, February 23, 2014. Ms. Tymoshenko, freed from prison guard on Saturday after her arch-rival President Viktor Yanukovych fled Kiev, said on Sunday she did not want to be considered for the post of prime minister.

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A woman kneels in front of Ukranian riot police during rallies by anti- and pro-Yanukovych supporters in the eastern city of Donetsk, February 23, 2014.

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An anti-Yanukovych protester holds flowers as he guards a government building in Kiev February 23, 2014. Many protesters say, the fight must go on to ensure the dozens of protesters killed in gun battles with police this week did not die in vain.

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Supporters of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych during a pro-Yanukovych rally in the eastern city of Donetsk, Ukraine, Feb. 23, 2014.

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People light candles during a religious service at a church in Kiev February 23, 2014.

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A supporter of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych conceals a club in his jacket during a pro-Yanukovych rally in the eastern city of Donetsk, Ukraine, Feb. 23, 2014. Gone along with President Yanukovych, who had fled to eastern Ukraine, was any trace of a Friday peace deal that had sought to freeze the country's tumult.

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Riot police block supporters of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych from reaching anti-government protesters during a pro-Yanukovych rally in the eastern city of Donetsk, Ukraine, Feb. 23, 2014.

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An anti-government protester is removed by police from a rally in support of Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych in the eastern city of Donetsk, Ukraine, Feb. 23, 2014.

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People attend a religious service at a church in Kiev February 23, 2014. Ukraine's new rulers, just 24 hours after ousting President Viktor Yanukovych, began speedily to unstitch his power structure on Sunday, appointing a provisional leader to replace him and sacking his key ministers.

DAVID MDZINARISHVILI/REUTERS

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