Russian President Vladimir Putin went into talks with European Union leaders Friday, tackling a lengthy agenda of contentious issues from trade and human rights to Syria.
Russia's President Vladimir Putin holds the first major press conference of his third term in power in Moscow, on December 20, 2012. Putin goes into talks with the EU on Friday in feisty form, tackling a lengthy agenda of contentious issues including human rights, Syria and trade ties.
Security was tight at EU headquarters for the summit but a small group of bare-breasted feminists staged a brief protest shouting "Putin go to hell" before being rounded up by police.
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