A so-called truce between police and demonstrators was short-lived as violent clashes involving sniper fire broke out on the streets of Kiev.
Twenty-one people have been killed today with the opposition claiming that those killed were shot by snipers.
ITV News Europe Editor James Mates reports from Kiev:
Ukraine's interim President has expressed concerns about signs of separatism as opposition in Russian-speaking regions grows.
Hundreds of Ukrainians and journalists flocked to the presidential palace, as reports emerged that President Yanukovich had left the city.
Vitali Klitschko was met with boos from anti-government protesters, as he attempted to convince them a peace deal is best course of action.