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Russia braces for opposition protests after Kasparov arrest

Russian authorities geared for fresh protests Sunday, a day after opposition leader and chess legend Garry Kasparov was jailed for leading a march against President Vladimir Putin a week before parliamentary elections. Kasparov was sentenced Saturday for five days for organising an unsanctioned rally and refusing to obey police orders, but told reporters the charges were “unfounded” and charged the Russian leader with taking recourse to scare tactics. Full Story

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