Brothers in arms: TED Fellow Ed Ou shares photos of the unrest in Ukraine

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In Kiev, Ukraine, the body of a man killed during clashes between anti-government protesters and the police is carried down Independence Square in a procession on Feb. 21, 2014. After a week that saw dozens killed, opposition and government representatives reached an agreement intended to resolve the crisis. (Ed Ou/Reportage by Getty Images)

As TED Fellows arrive from all over the world to Ed Ou’s hometown of Vancouver for TED2014, Ou himself is far away in Ukraine, where he’s been since February, documenting the civil unrest and growing political tension as a freelance photographer represented by Getty. Today, he writes in to give us an inside view, sending a cache of his work to date, including video segments produced for the New York Times and images from his Instagram feed. Below, Ou answers a few of our questions.

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