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Main News of December 2

© RIA NovostiMain News of December 2
Main News of December 2 - Sputnik International
A roundup of what has happened in the past 24 hours


* Protesters in the capital of Ukraine dug in for an extended occupation of the center of the city Monday evening as the opposition called for early elections to end political tensions in the former Soviet nation

* The presidents of Ukraine and the European Commission agreed to continue talks regarding association and free-trade deals that Ukraine recently said it would postpone

* Dozens of journalists covering protests in Ukraine were injured when police used force to disperse rallies over the weekend, according to a media rights watchdog

* Protesters in Kyrgyzstan’s second-largest city attempted to storm a government building during a rally in support of a prominent jailed opposition figure


* Russia and Armenia signed an intergovernmental agreement to cancel export duties for supplies of natural gas, oil products and diamonds to the South Caucasus nation

* Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a landmark law breaking state-owned Gazprom’s monopoly on gas exports, according to a document published on a government site

* Russian naval forces are set to make the Arctic a priority region, boosting combat training and scouting lesser-known areas of the icy territory in 2014, a navy spokesman said

* Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a decree to implement UN Security Council sanctions against North Korea, the government’s legal information website said

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