For the second time in ten years, street protests have forced Ukraine's Russian-speaking president from office. But after last week's bloodbath, the prevailing feeling is far from the unbridled joy that followed the 2004 Orange Revolution. As pro-EU activists clean up in Kiev's Maidan Square, they're keenly aware of the challenges that await; a government on the brink of bankruptcy, and a nation fearful of splitting in two.
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