At least nine people have died after the revolution in Ukraine reignited in a new wave of violence. On Tuesday morning, huge columns of protestors marched out from their barricaded encampment in the center of the capital, Kiev, and surrounded the parliament building while the chamber was in session. Police responded with stun grenades and rubber bullets, while protestors reportedly set fire to the headquarters of President Viktor Yanukovych’s ruling political party. If you thought the protests were dying down, they're not. Protests will continue until they get what they want.