26 January 2014
Last updated at 16:38 ET
Protesters in the Ukrainian capital Kiev are continuing their protests - here, reinforcing their barricades with bags of ice - after opposition leaders rejected an offer to join the government of President Viktor Yanukovych.
However, a big rally planned for Sunday was called off to allow thousands to mourn 25-year-old Mikhail Zhiznevsky, a protester killed in clashes with police last week.
Thousands shouted "hero!" as his body was paraded through the streets. The protesters insist he was shot dead by police, but the interior ministry says the police have not been using live ammunition.
But around the country the unrest continued, with protests spreading from the Europe-oriented west into cities in the Russian-speaking east, President Yanukovych's stronghold. Here, anti-government protesters escort a policeman after disarming in the central city of Dnipropetrovsk.
And in Kiev, "sightseers" inspected the damage done to an exhibition centre, Ukrainian House, stormed by protesters wielding fireworks and petrol bombs overnight after they discovered it was being used as a police base.
Having rejected overtures from President Yanukovych, the protesters say they will continue to press for the resignation of the president, fresh elections, the repeal of anti-protest laws and the signing of a free-trade agreement with the European Union.
Solidarity demonstrations were reported in Madrid, here, as well as Paris, Prague and elsewhere on Sunday.