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Main news of December 6

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* U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has called for an investigation into Sunday’s parliamentary elections in Russia amid reports of widespread vote fraud and election violations, in comments a senior Russian official described as "strange."


* Russian election protesters given 15 days behind bars in Moscow

* Moscow witnessed a second evening of protests over alleged electoral fraud by Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's United Russia party

* Complaints of irregularities in Russia’s recent legislative elections need to be investigated but videos purporting to show fraud are not incontestable proof of cheating, President Dmitry Medvedev said

* Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin pledged a major reshuffle of federal government and regional governors after presidential elections in March

* President Dmitry Medvedev said Russia’s political system is Russia’s own affair and not that of its foreign partners

* The ruling United Russia party won 49.3 percent of the vote in Sunday’s parliamentary elections, Russia’s Central Election Commission said after counting nearly 100 percent of the ballots

* The Russian Foreign Ministry said comments by senior White House officials about Russian parliamentary elections were “unacceptable”


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