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Russian anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny stands a the entrance to a Federal Investigative Commision office in Moscow, on June 12, 2012, as he arrives for questioning, a part of a probe into last month's demonstration with bloody battles between riot police and the mostly young crowd. Russian President Vladimir Putin's foes vowed today to defy a wave of police raids and the threat of fines the size of their annual salaries to join a monthly march against his 12-year rule. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV (Photo credit should read ANDREY SMIRNOV/AFP/GettyImages)
Russian anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny stands a the entrance to a Federal Investigative Commision office in Moscow, on June 12, 2012, as he arrives for questioning, a part of a probe into last month's demonstration with bloody battles between riot police and the mostly young crowd. Russian President Vladimir Putin's foes vowed today to defy a wave of police raids and the threat of fines the size of their annual salaries to join a monthly march against his 12-year rule. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV (Photo credit should read ANDREY SMIRNOV/AFP/GettyImages)

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