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Thousands Participate in Anti-Putin Protest

Arctic cold held Moscow in its icy grip, but tens of thousands of people left their warm apartments to demonstrate against Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin.

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An activist hands out flyers that say, "12 more years? NO THANKS." February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)
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An activist hands out flyers that say, "12 more years? NO THANKS." February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)

A protester hands out white ribbons at Saturday’s protests. The ribbons have become a symbol of fair and honest elections, February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)
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A protester hands out white ribbons at Saturday’s protests. The ribbons have become a symbol of fair and honest elections, February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)

Anti-Putin poster reads, "Zyuganov [Communist party presidential candidate] -2012, Navalny [popular Russian anti-corruption blogger] - 2014. Russia without Putin", February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)
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Anti-Putin poster reads, "Zyuganov [Communist party presidential candidate] -2012, Navalny [popular Russian anti-corruption blogger] - 2014. Russia without Putin", February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)

A young protester holds a sign that reads, "Our Russia. I DIDN'T vote for YOU." February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)
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A young protester holds a sign that reads, "Our Russia. I DIDN'T vote for YOU." February 4, 2012. (VOA - Y. Weeks)

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