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  1. They say Russia’s youth is key to a democratic future. This boy chanting for the Moscow mayor’s resignation is probably just hoping the mayor’s gone by the time he graduates college.

  2. Several thousand people are marching through Moscow today, with chants of “Putin is a thief!” and “This is our city!”

  3. Despite the bad weather, people in Moscow came out to protest! See the images! Yes, and journalist and YouTuber arrived.

  4. About 200 protesters still walking through the centre of Moscow. Some were detained but then unexpectedly released.

  5. RT: This is what happens when democracy is dead. 👇You can't vote, can't speak up. If you do, you are jailed, tortured, or killed. Stand up for democracy in your country and worldwide.

  6. Lyubov Sobol released from the police station at nearly 11 pm with a summons to come to court.

  7. Around 1000 protesters still shouting in Kitai gorod. Police retreats. 20 minutes without arrests

  8. 47000 marched today in Moscow. That wouldn’t be a small protest in Paris or London. But Muscovites had to brave official harassment and a miserable, grey day. isn’t going away.

  9. Well done to for getting some great engagement with the hashtag covering the protests yesterday.

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  10. "Away with the power of the KGB (CHKA)!" chants the group, about 45 people. they also sing the anthem of Russia and carry Russian flags. While walking by the police, they chant "Police with the power!"

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  11. Young people chants "Dopuskaj!" (Let the candidates regster!) The other main slogan is "Otpuskaj!" (Let the prisoner go free!)

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    And the bells were ringing, while the people called out for the downfall of the Tsar

  13. I wonder what would Russian state media say about the amount of people that came to the rally? Would they just ignore it all together? This can’t be ignored. This is the most massive protest Russia has ever seen! Over 40 thousand people are on the Moscow streets today!

  14. I’m very proud of people who participate in protests in Russia.

  15. Don't they know that when you try to douse a fire with oil that it'll only get hotter?

  16. In Moscow, all municipal opposition candidates have been jailed. Outraged, 50 000 Muscovites take to the streets on a rainy afternoon.

  17. Russian police officer punches the stomach of detained woman. What a disgrace to Russian

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