Demonstrators in Moldova have attacked the country's parliament in protest at the victory of the governing Communist Party in Sunday's general election.
Witnesses say crowds poured into the building, smashing windows and setting light to furniture.
Police said a woman died from carbon monoxide poisoning after inhaling fumes in a blaze, state television reported.
President Vladimir Voronin urged an end to "destabilisation", but opposition leaders have backed the protests.
They say the election result was fraudulent.
EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana has urged all sides in the former Soviet state to refrain from violence, and Russia also voiced its concern.
Communist Party leader Mr Voronin, who will step down as president this month after two terms in office, told ministers there was "no evidence of any irregularities during the election".
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