The dust has far from settled on Ukraine's worst 24 hours of violence since it broke off from the Soviet Union. After the fatal shooting of two protesters and the beating to death of a third, a snap session of parliament has been called with an eye to dissolving the government and repealing new hastily-crafted anti-riot laws. But the prime minister has ruled out a snap election, and is calling the pro-EU movement a coup attempt. What’s next for Ukraine?
Produced and prepared by Anelise Borges, Christopher Davis and Haxie Meyers-Belkin
MEP, European People's Party (Christian Democrats)
Expert at the European Center for a Modern Ukraine
FRANCE 24 correspondent in Kiev