Anti-Putin Protesters March in Moscow, Russia
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Anti-Putin Protesters March in Moscow, Russia

Moscow : Russia | Sep 15, 2012 at 6:11 AM PDT
Source: International Herald Tribune
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In the three months since the last demonstration, the government has taken several steps to rein in street protests with measures that are far more punitive than it has embraced since Vladimir V...The most notable is the use of criminal courts and investigations as a lever against members of the political... FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune
 
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