Legislators in Ukraine voted on Tuesday to let an international court put the county's deposed president, Victor Yanukovich, on trial. The acting president of Ukraine says there are "dangerous signs" that Ukraine may split apart. CBS News' Holly Williams reports.
While many protesters vowed revenge, inside Ukraine's parliament, opposition leader Arseniy Yatsenyuk insisted they were in control. Despite the arrest warrant issued for former President Viktor Yanukovich, Ukrainians know the fight isn't over yet. Holly Williams reports from Kiev.
Ukraine's acting interior minister says President Viktor Yanukovich is wanted for mass murder in connection to the shooting of protestors during anti-government demonstrations. CBS News' Holly Williams reports from Kiev.
A day after Ukraine's parliament voted to sack President Viktor Yanukovich, Oleksander Turchinov was voted in as acting president. President Yanukovich appeared briefly on Ukrainian television to say he's still the legitimate president, and many protesters say they will stay in Independence Square until elections are held on May 25. Holly Williams reports.
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