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Ukrainian protesterREUTERS/Marko DjuricaA masked pro-European integration protester stands on a barricade during a rally in Independence square in Kiev December 22, 2013. European Union leaders said on Friday the door to a closer partnership with Ukraine remained open but not necessarily for the current Ukrainian leadership, which chose a bailout from Russia in preference to a trade deal with Brussels.

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