1. Updated — Jan. 22, 12:22 p.m. ET
2. Medical officials within the activists’ camp have claimed that three activists have died in the latest clashes with riot police.
Oleh Musiy, the coordinator of the protesters’ medical services, has said that although the police have only confirmed one death, there have been three. Two of the activists are said to have died of gunshot wounds, while the other fell from a high altitude and died from his injuries.
3. Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has claimed the police at the site of the clashes did not have live ammunition.
4. However, the Associated Press is now reporting that prosecutors say that the two men “were shot with live ammunition.”
5. Musiy has also said the wounds on two of the bodies resembled those caused by live ammunition.
6. While two of the activists were shot, it’s said the third activist died after falling off a 13-meter-high colonnade of a Kiev stadium.
There are varying reports that the activist was pelting riot police with fireworks and molotov cocktails and then fell off the roof.
9. However, there are some reports that the activist did not fall off the roof, but was “thrown” off.
11. There’s also disturbing video footage that some are saying shows what happened on the colonnade.
12. With regards to the one confirmed death, there are reports on Twitter that the activist was male and was shot multiple times.
13. The details of the activist’s death are unconfirmed, but there are some reports the activist was shot by a police sniper.
16. The following photo of the activist has been circulated on Twitter and used by the BBC.
17. The AP reports that police have now torn down barricades at the protestors’ camp, and are chasing away protestors from the area.
Riot policemen prepare a a Molotov cocktail during clashes with pro-European protesters in Kiev January 22, 2014.
22. Prime Minister Mykola Azarov has stated that the opposition leaders should be held responsible for the deaths.
Riot police officers hold a man lying on the ground during clashes between police and pro-European protesters in Kiev January 22, 2014.