Anti-government protesters attend a rally in front of the Deutsche Bank office in Kiev February 3, 2014. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili
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Russia on Monday urged Ukraine's opposition to stop issuing "threats and ultimatums" after it appealed for Western aid and urged President Viktor Yanukovych to accept curbs on power.The statement from Moscow, which has publicly supported Yanukovych in his confrontation with the opposition, came after Ukrainian protest leaders rallied tens of thousands in central Kiev on Sunday. Opposition leaders have asked the West to mediate in talks with Yanukovych to prevent "misunderstandings".
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