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Pre-election propaganda in Russian cities

Pre-election propaganda in Russian cities

ITAR-TASS: KURGAN, RUSSIA. FEBRUARY 14, 2012. Vladimir Putin's election banner reads "Decent future to the great country" in one of the city streets. (Photo ITAR-TASS / Alexander Alpatkin)
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