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    Russia’s Navalny: From Street Protests to Prison to Politicsi
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    August 05, 2013 1:42 PM
    Russia’s street protests have faded. President Vladimir Putin has another five years in the Kremlin. What has happened to Russia’s opposition? James Brooke reports from Moscow.

    Russia’s Navalny: From Street Protests to Prison to Politics

    Published August 05, 2013

    Russia’s street protests have faded. President Vladimir Putin has another five years in the Kremlin. What has happened to Russia’s opposition? James Brooke reports from Moscow.


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