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Putin to QUIT? Claims Russian President standing down after protests - Daily Star;

Putin to QUIT? Claims Russian President standing down after protests - Daily Star

Daily StarPutin to QUIT? Claims Russian President standing down after protestsDaily StarVLADIMIR Putin is about to stand down as President of Russia, it has been claimed. 0. By Rachel O'Donoghue / Published 30th April 2017. Play Video. Play. Mute. Current Time 0:00. /. Duration Time 0:00. Loaded: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%. 0:00. Progress: 0%.and more »

Russian Rallies Urge Putin Not To Run Again; Dozens Arrested - Yeshiva World News;

Russian Rallies Urge Putin Not To Run Again; Dozens Arrested - Yeshiva World News

Yeshiva World NewsRussian Rallies Urge Putin Not To Run Again; Dozens ArrestedYeshiva World NewsUnder the slogan “I'm fed up,” demonstrators urging Vladimir Putin not to run for a fourth term rallied in cities across Russia on Saturday. Dozens were arrested in St. Petersburg and elsewhere. The centerpiece rally in Moscow went peacefully, despite ...and more »

Protesters in Moscow call for Putin to resign - TRT World;

Protesters in Moscow call for Putin to resign - TRT World

TRT WorldProtesters in Moscow call for Putin to resignTRT WorldThe protest in central Moscow was organised by the Open Russia movement. At least 500 people handed over a petition for President Vladimir Putin to quit. Photo by: AFP. Police officers detain an activist during a protest rally calling for Vladimir ...and more »

Dozens detained as Russian protesters say 'sick of Putin' - News24;

Dozens detained as Russian protesters say 'sick of Putin' - News24

News24Dozens detained as Russian protesters say 'sick of Putin'News24Moscow - Police detained over 100 activists in Saint Petersburg on Saturday as hundreds of Russian opposition supporters turned out to protest against President Vladimir Putin's expected candidacy in elections next year. Protests in several cities were ...and more »

'We are sick of him': Open Russia's anti-Putin protests - Russia Beyond the Headlines;

'We are sick of him': Open Russia's anti-Putin protests - Russia Beyond the Headlines

Russia Beyond the Headlines'We are sick of him': Open Russia's anti-Putin protestsRussia Beyond the HeadlinesOn April 29, rallies were held in Moscow and several other Russian cities under the slogan "We are sick of him" protesting against President Vladimir Putin running for another term in office. Publicity for the campaign had been going on for a month ...and more »

Leonid Bershidsky: Russian polls do mean something after all - Kyiv Post;

Leonid Bershidsky: Russian polls do mean something after all - Kyiv Post

Kyiv PostLeonid Bershidsky: Russian polls do mean something after allKyiv PostRussian President Vladimir Putin holds a meeting with the permanent members of the Russian Security Council in Moscow on March 31. Photo by AFP. I'm often asked if the Russian polls that give President Vladimir Putin a seemingly unshakable 80 ...and more »

'We're sick of him': Dozens of protesters arrested in Russia at anti-Putin rallies - International Business Times UK;

'We're sick of him': Dozens of protesters arrested in Russia at anti-Putin rallies - International Business Times UK

International Business Times UK'We're sick of him': Dozens of protesters arrested in Russia at anti-Putin ralliesInternational Business Times UKDozens of anti-Putin protesters were arrested in St Petersburg on Saturday (29 April) after hundreds of demonstrators turned up in what is seen as a significant challenge against the Russian president in recent years. Open Russia movement, led by ...and more »

Dozens feared detained after 'sick of Putin' protests - Yahoo News;

Dozens feared detained after 'sick of Putin' protests - Yahoo News

Yahoo NewsDozens feared detained after 'sick of Putin' protestsYahoo NewsHundreds gathered in Moscow and other Russian cities on Saturday, calling on President Vladimir Putin not to seek re-election next year. Activists said at least 100 people were detained in Saint Petersburg. There was no official confirmation of the ...and more »

'We're sick of him': Russian Police detain protestors urging Putin to not run for president again - Scroll.in;

'We're sick of him': Russian Police detain protestors urging Putin to not run for president again - Scroll.in

Scroll.in'We're sick of him': Russian Police detain protestors urging Putin to not run for president againScroll.inAt least 1,500 people in Moscow submitted a petition asking him to not participate in the elections next year. Scroll Staff. Published 16 hours ago. 'We're sick of him': Russian Police detain protestors urging Putin to Olga Maltseva/AFP. At least a ...and more »

Russians call for Putin to Quit following Peaceful Protest - Nigeria Today

Russians call for Putin to Quit following Peaceful ProtestNigeria TodayRussian demonstrators on Saturday urged President Vladimir Putin not to run for a fourth term beginning from 2018. They rallied in cities across Russia under the slogan “I'm fed up,” which reportedly left dozens arrested in St. Petersburg. The ...and more »

Russians present letters of protest in demonstrations - Santa Fe New Mexican;

Russians present letters of protest in demonstrations - Santa Fe New Mexican

Santa Fe New MexicanRussians present letters of protest in demonstrationsSanta Fe New MexicanPolicemen detain a participant of an unauthorised rally Saturday in St. Petersburg, Russia. A poster reads 'Putin, you can retire!'. Dmitri Lovetsky/The Associated Press. Posted: Saturday, April 29, 2017 10:00 pm. Russians present letters of protest in ...and more »

Peaceful Protest In Russia Call For Putin to Quit - SFGate

Peaceful Protest In Russia Call For Putin to QuitSFGateOn Saturday, hundreds of Russians have lined up in central Moscow to hand over handwritten appeals for President Vladimir Putin to quit, as part of a protest taking place in several cities in Russia. Putin, who has dominated Russian politics for 17 ...and more »

Anti-Putin protesters defy police - The Times (subscription);

Anti-Putin protesters defy police - The Times (subscription)

The Times (subscription)Anti-Putin protesters defy policeThe Times (subscription)Several hundred people braved a massive police presence in central Moscow yesterday to deliver letters urging Vladimir Putin not to stand for a fourth term in next year's presidential election. “I'm fed up with Putin and his thieving friends,” said ...and more »

Hundreds join Khodorkovsky's Open Russia protests across Russia (VIDEO) - RT;

Hundreds join Khodorkovsky's Open Russia protests across Russia (VIDEO) - RT

RTHundreds join Khodorkovsky's Open Russia protests across Russia (VIDEO)RTHundreds of Russians in more than a dozen urban centers gathered for anti-government protests, organized by ex-tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky's Open Russia movement. The protests were mostly peaceful, though in cities where the demonstrations were not ...and more »

Russian police arrest dozens of anti-Putin protesters - Aljazeera.com;

Russian police arrest dozens of anti-Putin protesters - Aljazeera.com

Aljazeera.comRussian police arrest dozens of anti-Putin protestersAljazeera.comMore than 100 activists were arrested in St Petersburg on Saturday as hundreds of Russians turned out to protest against President Vladimir Putin's expected candidacy in elections next year. Demonstrators rallied across several cities under the slogan ...and more »

100s of protesters stage demonstrations against Putin in major Russian cities - Press TV;

100s of protesters stage demonstrations against Putin in major Russian cities - Press TV

Press TV100s of protesters stage demonstrations against Putin in major Russian citiesPress TVAnti-Putin protesters are seen in the Russian capital of Moscow on April 29, 2017. (via social media). Hundreds of protesters have taken to the streets of major cities across Russia to express their dissent against President Vladimir Putin, urging him ...and more »

Vladimir Putin Asked Not to Run for Re-Election Amid Peaceful Protests - Guardian Liberty Voice;

Vladimir Putin Asked Not to Run for Re-Election Amid Peaceful Protests - Guardian Liberty Voice

Guardian Liberty VoiceVladimir Putin Asked Not to Run for Re-Election Amid Peaceful ProtestsGuardian Liberty VoiceHundreds of Russians took to the streets in Moscow, on Saturday, requesting the resignation of President Vladimir Putin, as reported by Reuters at 10:17 a.m. ET, on April 29, 2017. Protesters sought to deliver handwritten requests for Putin to step ...and more »

Dozens Arrested in Russian Protests Against Putin - Daily Beast;

Dozens Arrested in Russian Protests Against Putin - Daily Beast

Daily BeastDozens Arrested in Russian Protests Against PutinDaily BeastInterior Ministry officers detain a participant of an opposition protest, calling for Russian President Vladimir Putin not to run for another presidential term next year, in St. Petersburg, Russia, April 29, 2017. Protesters in cities across Russia on ...and more »

Putin's helmeted stormtroopers drag away dissenters at rally opposing president's re-election bid - Daily Mail;

Putin's helmeted stormtroopers drag away dissenters at rally opposing president's re-election bid - Daily Mail

Daily MailPutin's helmeted stormtroopers drag away dissenters at rally opposing president's re-election bidDaily MailDozens of protesters calling on Vladimir Putin not to run for a fourth term as president have been arrested by helmeted visor-wearing police in cities across Russia. The unauthorised demonstrations saw Putin opponents rally under the slogan 'I'm fed up'.and more »

Russians Protest Potential Putin Presidential Bid - Voice of America;

Russians Protest Potential Putin Presidential Bid - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaRussians Protest Potential Putin Presidential BidVoice of AmericaThe Russian opposition movement founded by exiled Kremlin critic and oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky protested President Vladimir Putin in 32 cities Saturday, despite the fact that authorities have banned the movement and declared it illegal, and police ...and more »