Are President Yanukovych’s concessions enough to end weeks of protests?
Anti-Yanukovych protesters defend their barricades in front of anti-riot police on Independence Square in Kiev, early on December 11, 2013. (AFP/VIKTOR DRACHEV)
Ukraine’s president has conceded to a key demand by protesters: amnesty for those detained at Independence Square. He says he’s also considering sacking some members of his government. Will this be enough to ease widespread anger and weeks of protest over his refusal to sign a proposed trade pact with the EU in favour of closer ties with Russia? Find out from Ukrainians at 19:30 GMT.