epa03398593 Coloured baloons with imprints saying 'Freedom to Pussy Riot' and 'OccupyMoscow' (a slogan of protest movement written in one word) flow over participants of the so called March of Millions opposition demonstration in the center of Moscow, Russia 15 September 2012. The March of Millions organizing committee had planned that 50,000 people would attend the opposition rally, but Moscow authorities reduced the allowed number of participants to 25,000. Not less than 11,000 people take part in procession, according to police press service. EPA/SERGEI ILNITSKY
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