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World In pictures: Protesters gawk at ousted Ukraine president's mansion

With Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych impeached and in hiding, anti-government protesters got a close look at his luxyury estate in Novi Petrivtsi - African ostriches, golf course and all

A man stands inside a washroom as anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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People look through windows of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych as hundreds of anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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People look through windows of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych as hundreds of anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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Anti-government protesters and journalists look at ostriches kept within an enclosure on the grounds of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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A man plays golf as anti-government protesters walk on the grounds of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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A man takes pictures as anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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A man takes pictures as anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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Anti-government protesters and journalists walk on the grounds of the Mezhyhirya residence of Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovych in the village Novi Petrivtsi, outside Kiev, on Feb. 22, 2014.

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People walk in the grounds of Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence of Mezhyhirya on Feb, 22, 2014.

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A visitor looks at a sculpture on the territory of Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence of Mezhyhirya on Feb, 22, 2014.

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A protester waves an EU flag at the Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence of Mezhyhirya on Feb, 22, 2014.

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An ornamental horse stands outside Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence on Mezhyhirya on Feb, 22, 2014.

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A protester guards the entrance to Ukrainian President Yanukovych's countryside residence on Mezhyhirya on Feb, 22, 2014.

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A protester waves an EU flag at the Ukrainian President Yanukovych countryside residence on Mezhyhirya on Feb, 22, 2014.

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