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Chechens go on trial for killing Kremlin critic, lawyers cry foul

Oct 03 2016

MOSCOW Five Chechen men went on trial in Moscow on Monday for the murder of Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov, but lawyers for the dead man's daughter said the investigation had failed to uncover who ordered the shooting.

After food, now Russia burns Dutch flowers

Aug 12 2015

(Corrects name of official in paragraph 5 in this story released on August 11, 2015)

After food, now Russia burns Dutch flowers

Aug 12 2015

MOSCOW A week after angering many in Russia by burning illegally imported Western food, authorities have started feeding Dutch flowers to the flames. | Video

After food, now Russia burns Dutch flowers

Aug 11 2015

MOSCOW A week after angering many in Russia by burning illegally imported Western food, authorities have started feeding Dutch flowers to the flames.

After food, now Russia burns Dutch flowers

Aug 11 2015

MOSCOW A week after angering many in Russia by burning illegally imported Western food, authorities have started feeding Dutch flowers to the flames.

Protesters rally against Putin in southern Russian city

Apr 14 2012

ASTRAKHAN More than 2,000 Russians took to the streets of the southern city of Astrakhan on Saturday to protest against President-elect Vladimir Putin's political system, complaining of electoral fraud in a recent mayoral vote there.

Protesters rally against Putin in southern Russian city

Apr 14 2012

ASTRAKHAN More than 2,000 Russians took to the streets of the southern city of Astrakhan on Saturday to protest against President-elect Vladimir Putin's political system, complaining of electoral fraud in a recent mayoral vote there.

Protesters rally against Putin in southern Russian city

Apr 14 2012

ASTRAKHAN More than 2,000 Russians took to the streets of the southern city of Astrakhan on Saturday to protest against President-elect Vladimir Putin's political system, complaining of electoral fraud in a recent mayoral vote there.

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