Jailed Ukrainian opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko is in "increased pain" following her two-week hunger strike, but is too weak to receive full-scale treatment, her doctor said Friday.
The jailed former prime minister, however, pledged to continue her protest against alleged fraud in polls won by the party of arch rival President Viktor Yanukovych.
In a statement read out to journalists by her daughter Yevgenia Tymoshenko, the opposition leader said that she would "continue fighting the corrupt regime of Yanukovych in every other way....
The Gas Princess is realizing that the prison life of a convicted felon is a pain in the back-side?
All of Ukraine's prison population are able to have foreign doctors flown in if they complain of mystery pains? Wow!! They live better than the average citizen who is not a criminal..
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