Ukraine’s Tymoshenko to extend hunger strike-daughter

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VIENNA, May 6 (Reuters) – Jailed Ukrainian former prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko is heartened by international support for her plight and will press on with her hunger strike against her treatment, her daughter told an Austrian newspaper. Tymoshenko, 51, has got an “enormous” psychological boost from calls for politicians to boycott the European soccer championships in Ukraine, which is co-hosting the event with Poland, Oesterreich quoted Yevgenia Tymoshenko as saying. Asked in the interview, published on Sunday, if Tymoshenko would continue the hunger strike she began on April 20, the daughter said: “Yes, that is what she plans. She will continue her protest – with all the consequences -…

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