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Thursday, August 21, 2014


  • Gennady Gudkov (second from right), a deputy head of the Just Russia party and Putin critic who was expelled from the Duma on September 14, gestures as he takes part in the protest.
  • "Putin Again?!"
  • A tribute to jailed punk group Pussy Riot among the protests
  • In a reference to Putin's recent escapade flying an ultralight aircraft to try and teach young cranes how to migrate, this woman's sign reads: "Abandon hope anyone flying behind me."
  • "For the Soviet Union"
  • "For Russia Without Putin"
  • "In the fall, birds fly 'south.' Putin will be the first," a wordplay on a vulgar Russian saying
  • Opposition leader Boris Nemtsov (front row, second from left) in front of a sign that says: "Elections!"
  • "Early Elections Without Repressions!"
  • Left Front coordinator Sergei Udaltsov
  • White ribbons and other white objects have become a rallying symbol of the Russian movement for freer elections.
  • The sign on the left references the 1925 Soviet satirical novel "The Heart of a Dog" by Mikhail Bulgakov by saying: "Sharikov is alive and he works with Putin."
  • "Freedom To Activists, Freedom To Us All."
  • In another vulgar Russian reference, this man holds up a sign that says: "A crane in the sky is better than a woodpecker in the Kremlin."

'March Of Millions' In Moscow

Published 15 September 2012

Organizers urged critics of Russian President Vladimir Putin and the country's leadership to participate in a so-called March Of Millions in Moscow, St. Petersburg, and other cities on September 15. Here are some of the scenes from the Russian capital.