7:44 pm - The opposition plans to focus all forces in Maidan to prevent crackdowns.
7:13 pm - Public prosecution studies possibilities to mitigate measure of restraint for arrested protesters.
1:40 pm - Yesterday, four protesters, victims of crowd in Maidan, were hospitalized (18th hospital of Kyiv, Shevchenko Boulevard, 17).
12:58 pm - The government quarter is heavily guarded by law enforcement forces.
12:22 pm - Yesterday, December 9, 17 protesters sought medical assistance, and 15 of them were hospitalized.
12:18 pm - Security has been tightened near the Administration of President, on the side of Instytutska street.
11:04 am - Entry to the government quarter in Kyiv is by Cabinet's ID cards only.
10:50 am - For the third time Kyiv police department receives a call on alleged mining of subway stations "Maidan" and "Khreshchatyk".
10:25 am - Two police officers were injured during unblocking of the government quarter in Kyiv centre.
8:52 am - The night in the camp of protesters in Maidan went quietly.
8:23 am - Stations and lines of Kyiv subway work as normal.
December 10. 4:25 am - In Luteranska and Bankova streets, "Berkut" and police forces sidelined protesters from the roadblock to barricades.
10:56 pm - Subways stations "Maidan" and "Khreshchatyk" are closed for entry and exit due to repeated report on alleged mining.
8:43 pm - Police cordon of 500 officers in Luteranska street, near the Administration of Presiden, has been dismissed.
7:13 pm - Activists on stage calling protesters to line up in files of 50-100 people and march to the governmental quarter.
6:51 pm - Subway station "Khreshchatyk" resumes working.
6:27 pm - Police does not carry out any operations in the office of "Motherland" party in Turovska Street.
6:22 pm - Communal services and law enforcements dismount barricades near the building of the Cabinet of Ministers in Hrushevski street.
6:12 pm - The decision to unblock traffic in the central part of Kyiv was made by law enforcements following numerous complaints of city residents and communal services.
6:01 pm - Law enforcements got the crowd to move along Kruglouniversitetska street.
5:41 - Kyiv police officers are not given extra weapon.
5:17 pm - A criminal proceeding has been opened on the fact of false report on the mining of three subway stations in Kyiv center.
5:11 pm - internal troops surround the roadblock of protesters near the Cabinet of Ministers in Hrushevski street.
5:10 pm - Prosecutor General of Ukraine Viktor Pshonka calls upon organizers and participants of mass protests to stop blocking government bodies, staging riots and violating the law.
4:58 pm - A file of protesters moving from Maidan to the Administration of President.
4:54 pm - In so-called 'defense points' protesters are given shovel stems and other items, which can be used for infliction of injuries.
4:35 pm - Kyiv police department started investigation into actions of protesters interfering with the work of public prosecution.
4: 14 pm - Subway station "Teatralna" has been opened for entry and exit.
4:09 pm - Major part of shops and stores, located near the Independence Square, are closed.
3:40 pm - Deployment of internal troops personnel in the center of Kyiv follows the decision to engage additional forces for maintenance of public order in crowded areas.
3:36 pm - A protester, suspected of active form of tuberculosis, has been hospitalized.
3:21 pm - Mass street protests continue in the Independence Square of Kyiv.
2:31 pm - Epidemiological situation in places of public rallies and other actions in Kyiv is under control, there are no cases of group infectious diseases, the press office of the Health Ministry reports.
2:00 pm - Subway stations Khreshchatyk", "Maidan Nezalezhnosti" and "Teatralna" have been closed for an hour and a half.
1:45 pm - Redeployment of internal troops on the territory of Kyiv city and region is necessary to replace soldiers who are on duty around the clock.
1:33 pm - Kyiv police reminds that blocking traffic in the central part of Kyiv can lead to criminal responsibility.
1:22 pm - Police backup arrives to barricades.
1:08 pm - A small barricade has been set up in the building of the Kyiv City State Administration, on the stairs leading to the columned hall.
1:07 pm - Protesters keep coming to the intersection of Khreshchatyk and Khmelnytsky streets, gathering near the KCSA building.
12:55 pm - Militaries of the internal troops have blocked Khreshchatyk with backs to the barricades, installed on the driveway.
12:47 pm - Protesters inside the Kyiv city state administration are preparing to the storming of the building by law enforcements.
12:39 pm - Two police busses blocking the traffic on the intersection of Bogdan Khmelnitski and Khreshchatyk.
12:24 - Due to reported mining, entries and exits of subway stations "Khreshchatyk", "Maidan Nezalezhnosti" and "Teatralna" are closed for public.
12:23 pm - Protesters in Maidan and Khreshchyatyk street shovel away snow.
11:58 am - Kyiv police department received an anonymous message about mining of the central subway stations.
11:35 am - Busses with internal troops coming to Kyiv.
10:50 am - Protesters have blocked entrances to the public prosecution office, preventing officials from entering the building.
10:30 am - No one has been detained within the criminal proceedings over bringing down the statue of Lenin in Kyiv.
December 9. 9:30 am - Sunday night went quietly on the territories occupied by protesters.
8:16 pm - People are taking pieces of broken monument to Lenin for souvenirs.
8:03 pm - Protesters are leaving the territories of the Cabinet and Mariinski park.
6:30 pm - Luteranska Street is blocked with tents and concrete planters.
6:21 pm - Around 6 pm a group of masked people with "Freedom" Union flags brought down the monument to Lenin in Shevchenko boulevard.
6:13 pm - According to the Interior Ministry, protesters have blocked several central streets of Kyiv.
5:46 pm - Residents of the so-called "governmental quarter" file complaints against protesters to police departments and the State Emergency Control Service of Ukraine.
5:38 pm - Improvised stages are being installed in the Independence Square.
5:24 pm - Police is searching for those, who went missing during EuroMaidan protest actions.
December 7. 8:21 am - Shevchenkovski court of Kyiv decreed to put into custody two more activists, involved into mass disorders in Bankova street on December 1.
8:04 pm - Shevchenkovski court of Kyiv decreed to keep Andriy Dzindzi, activist of the public organization "Road control", in custody for two months.
4:33 pm - Nine injured protesters remain hospitalized in the Kyiv emergency hospital.
4:11 pm - Prosecutor's General Office has interrogated Interior Minister Vitaly Zakharchenko as a witness in the case of the crackdown of EuroMaidan on November 30.
3:47 pm - By the arrival of ambulance, the man found in Maidan was already dead.
3:25 pm - The Council of Europe will closely observe the investigation of clashes in Kyiv.
2:53 pm - The Sanitary Epidemic Service of Kyiv warns about risks of worsening of the epidemiologic situation on intestinal infection, scabies, tuberculosis, viral hepatitis A, influenza and acute respiratory infection.
2:10 pm - OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights believes that those responsible for abuse of "Berkut" force on November 30 must be brought to account and punished.
1:54 pm - Leader of the music band "Tartak" Oleksandr Polozhynski is summoned for interrogation regarding the storming of the Administration of President on December 1.
1:47 pm - Director of the OSCE Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights Janez Lenarcic believes that the demand of the Ukrainian authorities to clear administrative buildings in Kyiv is lawful.
1:33 pm - Prosecutor's General Office summons a number of MPs, including "Motherland" faction leader Arseniy Yatseniuk, for interrogation.
12:56 pm - The full Kyiv city state administration will resume working after the investigation into the taking of the building is complete.
1212:35 pm - Forensic examination established that the man, whose body was found near the Maidan Nezalezhnosti Square this morning, died of pulmonary tuberculosis.
12:19 pm - The opposition summons popular assembly, again.
12:08 pm - Director General of Kyiv landscaping department Mykhailo Tsarenko calls upon protesters to observe European values on environment protection.
12:03 pm - The Interior Ministry reports that no gross violations of public order have been registered as of 11 am of December 6.
10:46 am - Police refutes information on arrest of two men, trying to enter the Independence Square with gas guns in the night of December 6.
10:42 am - Rally of the Party of Regions followers continues near the parliament of Ukraine, in the Constitution Square.
10:14 am - The body of a man, found in the Independence Square, has been sent for forensic medical examination.
9:43 am - Protests starts a lie-in near the public prosecution building, demanding to release nine activists, detained in Bankova street on December 1.
8:22 am - Kyiv Prosecutor Mykola Beskishkiy ordered to conduct additional medical examination of suspects of mass disorders, being held in custody.
December 6. 8:09 am - A man's body was found in the Independence Square.
10:11 pm- Two more people have been detained on suspicion of involvement into mass disorders in Bankova street on December 1.
7:29 pm - About 100 people started picketing the head quarters of the "Berkut" Special Forces in Krasnozvezdnyi avenue.
7:15 pm - 79 people, including six students, four journalists, two foreigners and even police officers, were injured during the crackdown of EuroMaidan on November 30.
6:36 pm - Among 14 people, arrested for fights with "Berkut" and mass disorders, there are murder convicts.
6:23 pm - The investigation into the crackdown of EuroMaidan by "Berkut" Special Forces is almost completed.
5:45 pm - Police has identified the suspect pool of people, involved into mass disorders in Kyiv.
5:29 pm - Public prosecution moves for arrest of Dmytro Korchynski, leader of "Brotherhood" organization, suspected of organization mass street disorders in Bankova street on December 1.
5:10 pm - 412 people, who sought medical assistance following fights in EuroMaidan, include 220 law enforcement officers.
4:44 pm - Police starts criminal proceedings on missing people, reported during protest actions in Kyiv.
3:20 pm - Information on release of two suspects of mass disorders near the Administration of President is not true.
2:56 pm - 19 protesters have sought medical assistance for the past 24 hours, and 7 of them have been hospitalized.
2:16 pm - EU flag hoisted near Kyiv City Council
12:46 pm - The total number of protesters in Kyiv makes about 12 thousand people, statistics department of the Interior Ministry reports.
12:11 pm - Police does not block entries to the parliament for MPs to go to work, acting chief of the Kyiv main department of the Interior Ministry Valery Mazan says.
11:20 am - Representatives of the State Enforcement Service read out the court decision on clearing government buildings to the protesters.
9:22 am - Due to closed traffic in central streets of Kyiv, MPs go to work on foot.
8:46 am - About 500 protesters gathered near the building of the Cabinet of Ministers on Thursday morning.
8:13 am - Another night in the camp of protesters went quietly. Musicians, MPs and activists of the EuroMaidan were performing on the stage all night.
December 5. 8:04 am - On Thursday, December 5, officials of the State Enforcement Service will ask protesters to clear government buildings in Kyiv.
7:36 pm - Prosecutor's office of Kyiv is holding thorough investigation into reports on infliction of bodily injuries on mass media representatives during events of December 1 in Bankova street.
7:01 pm - Interior Minister of Ukraine Vitaly Zakharchenko ordered law enforcement officers to refrain from violence against participants of peaceful protest actions and reminded that organizers of protests also bear responsibility for people's safety.
4:02 pm - Police is checking information on provocations, being allegedly prepared in Maidan.
3:44 pm - Schools of Kyiv, located near places of mass protests, launch remote studying system for their pupils.
3:32 pm - The opposition intends to challenge the arrest of participants of the riot, which took place near the Administration of President on December 1 in Kyiv.
3:25 pm - Kyiv mayor counts on the conflict situation to be settled for New Year festivities to go as scheduled.
2:45 pm - Chief of the Kyiv main department of the Interior Ministry Valery Koryak believes that results of the investigation into Maidan crackdown will be announced tomorrow.
2:25 pm - Kyiv mayor Oleksandr Popov says the city authorities do not have claims to people, occupying the facilities of the Kyiv city state administration.
1:30 pm - Party of Regions MP Volodymyr Oliynyk claims the opposition is preparing a murder provocation in Maidan, where mass street protests continue.
12:45 pm - About a thousand Ukrainians gathered near the Interior Ministry of Ukraine in Kyiv.
12:39 pm - As of Wednesday morning, December 4, nine people out of many, injured during mass protests in Kyiv, remain hospitalized.
12:34 pm - Chairman of the Kyiv city state administration Oleksandr Popov counts on the Prosecutor's Office to identify the responsible for illegal occupation of the building and blocking of the work of the department.
11:55 am - Interior Ministry of Ukraine pledges to give an opinion on the actions of Dmytro Korchynski, the leader of "Brotherhood" organization, during the clashes near the Administration of President on December 1.
11:44 am - Investigation into clashes between law enforcements and protesters continue.
11:11 am - Followers of the Party of Regions, holding indefinite action in support of the President Viktor Yanukovych, mounted four army tents in the Constitution Square, opposite the Mariinsky Palace.
10:16 am - All entries to the building of the Cabinet of Ministers are secured by police busses.
9:47 am - The building of the parliament is condoned off by "Berkut" officers. Several thousand protesters lined up right opposite.
8:27 am - A file of 500 protesters came to the Cabinet of Ministers to block the entrance.
December 4. 8:03 am - Shevchenkovski district court of Kyiv decided to keep in custody for two months all nine young people, suspected of organizing mass disorders near the Administration of President on December 1.
7:26 pm - Shevchenkovski district court of Kyiv decreed to keep in custody three out of nine suspects of mass disorders near the Administration of President on December 1.
6:55 pm - The march of leaders of the opposition parties Arseniy Yatseniuk, Vitaly Klichko and Oleh Tyagnybok to the Administration of President proved vain.
3:36 pm - Leader of "Motherland" faction Arseniy Yatseniuk called upon protesters in Maidan to go blocking the Administration of President.
3:25 pm - As of today, Kyiv police department has registered more than 25 reports on infliction of bodily injuries on journalists at the covering of the revolutionary events.
3:14 pm - The number of law enforcement officers, injured following the mass street protests in Kyiv, increased to 126 men.
1:55 pm - Kyiv police departments have no reports on missing people - participants in mass street protests.
1:44 pm - Protesters holding a rally near the Cabinet and parliament have not understood the failure of MPs to dismiss Premier Mykola Azarov.
12:54 pm - All departments of the Kyiv city state administration work according to the schedule.
12:47 pm - Kyiv police department calls upon people to report provocations and do not obstruct the traffic.
12:10 pm - Students of Kyiv educational institutions join the protest action near the Cabinet of Ministers.
12:02 pm - Despite the presence of protesters in the building, officials of the Federation of trade unions of Ukraine keep working.
11:55 am - Officials of the Kyiv city state administration have come to work despite the fact that the facilities are occupied by protesters.
11:45 am - Press office of the Interior Ministry of Ukraine officially refutes false information, spread by some mass media, regarding the death of an officer following the events of December 1 near the building of the Administration of President.
10:51 am - Protesters are leaving Maidan in small groups and going to the parliament to participate in a peaceful protest action.
9:48 am - Supporters of the Party of Regions are holding a rally on the Constitution square, near the building of the parliament.
9:22 am - Protesters have surrounded the building of the Verkhovna Rada.
9:13 am - The Interior Ministry of Ukraine calls upon citizens to keep alert and not to fall for provocations.
9:06 am - The number of hospitalized protesters and police officers increased to 91.
8:15 am - The buildings of the Cabinet and parliament are cordoned off by police forces.
December 3. 8:09 am - Police engages community into patrolling streets and finding offenders of public order in the venues of mass protests.
11:50 pm - Protesters are occupying the October Palace in Instytutska street, 1, in Kyiv.
11:16 pm - Police detained nine offenders of public order during the protest action of December 1 in Bankova street in Kyiv.
7:18 pm - Kyiv police department registered 21 reports on infliction of bodily injury on journalists at the covering of the events of December 1.
7:11 pm - Prime Minister of Ukraine Mykola Azarov declared that the injured during the crackdown of EuroMaidan of November 30 did not include children.
6:03 pm - Press office of the Kyiv city state administration counts on "stormtroopers" of the building to return furniture and office appliances and equipment.
5:03 pm - Several thousand protesters keep staying in the building of the Kyiv city state administration.
12:12 pm - Due to mass protest actions being held in Kyiv, police attracts additional forces for maintaining public order.
9:15 am - 165 injured participants of the protest actions have sought medical assistance for the past 24 hours.
8:35 am - During the night participants of the rallies built barricades around the Independence Square.
December 2. 8 am - Since morning protesters have been blocking entrances to the Cabinet of Ministers and National Bank of Ukraine.
00:06 am - As of December 1, 112 injured participants of the protest actions, being held in the center of the capital, sought emergency medical assistance.
11:48 pm - Police department started criminal proceedings over the storming of the Kyiv city state administration and the House of trade unions by protesters.
10:57 pm - About a thousand of protesters gathered in the building of the Kyiv city state administration.
10:47 pm - Eight police officers have been hospitalized after a clash between police and masked protesters near the monument to Lenin in Kyiv.
10:22 pm - As of now, almost 50 police officers, injured during clashes in the center of Kyiv, have been hospitalized.
10 pm - Acting chief of the Kyiv police department Valery Mazan declares that police forces can secure public order in the capital.
9:53pm - Ambassadors of the EU and US slam storming of administrative buildings and call for holding peaceful protests.
9:18 pm - Protesters start mounting housing tents in the Independence square.
9 pm - Police forces and a group of masked young people engaged into a fight near the monument to Lenin in the center of Kyiv.
8:26 pm - Law enforcement forces ask citizens to report provocateurs with every mean possible.
7:58 pm - Police partially identified initiators of riots in the capital.
7:47 pm - As of 6 pm of December 1, 35 police officers were hospitalized in the central hospital of the Interior Ministry of Ukraine.
7:35 pm - The Kyiv city state administration prolongs subway train service for one hour.
7:11 pm - As of now, the situation in Bankova street near the building of President's Administration has been stabilized.
7:01 pm - Police detained several participants of riots, held in the center of Kyiv.
6:32 pm - Kyiv subway works extra hours and services
6:08 pm - Protesters in the Bankova Street create "living cordons" not to let provocateurs storm the President’s Administration.
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