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2 thoughts on “Ten Years After Khodorkovsky’s Arrest, Repression in Russia Continues

  1. I live in West London, I know many from Russia & I can say they are so pleasant to meet. I can say I have not a bad one, it say's this is the reason why the come to England & it's not to seek their fortune. Its to seek justice, if you can't beat it then get the hell out & you'r welcome. If all goes well you might be able to go back but don't hold you'r breath.
    Mr Putin, sort it out & make you a better person for doing so.
    Neil "H"

  2. In the largest protests Russia has seen since the fall of the Soviet Union, tens of thousands of people flooded Moscow's streets in recent days demanding fair elections and the end of Vladimir Putin's "corrupt" government.

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