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Questions raised over future of opposition after Putin win

Questions raised over future of opposition after Putin win
 
Reuters/Anton Goublev

Police arrested dozens of Russians on Monday as thousands protested at Vladimir Putin's return to the presidency in elections Western monitors described as "skewed". Thousands gathered in Pushkin Square in central Moscow chanting "Russia Yes! Putin No!" Putin's comfortable win on Sunday raises new questions over what will happen to this unofficial opposition which has taken to the streets in the past few months.


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