-Ukraine Election

An Orthodox believer crosses herself during a ceremony to celebrate newly elected <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO00000034" title="Ukraine" href="/topic/international/ukraine-PLGEO00000034.topic">Ukraine's</a> President Viktor Yanukovich's (unseen) victory in Kiev-Pecherskaya Lavra monastery in Kiev on February 21, 2010. Prime Minister Tymoshenko's defeat in the February 7 polls that handed a victory to her sworn enemy Viktor Yanukovych came as a numbing shock to the Orange Revolution princess who has never taken 'no' for an answer and expected Ukraine's top job to become the pinnacle of her high-flying career

( SERGEI SUPINSKY, AFP/GETTY IMAGES / February 21, 2010 )

An Orthodox believer crosses herself during a ceremony to celebrate newly elected Ukraine's President Viktor Yanukovich's (unseen) victory in Kiev-Pecherskaya Lavra monastery in Kiev on February 21, 2010. Prime Minister Tymoshenko's defeat in the February 7 polls that handed a victory to her sworn enemy Viktor Yanukovych came as a numbing shock to the Orange Revolution princess who has never taken 'no' for an answer and expected Ukraine's top job to become the pinnacle of her high-flying career

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