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Mothers & Daughters
Arts and Life
Articles by Rina Soloveitchik
Prisoner at Center of Outcry Beaten
Sergei Mokhnatkin greets visitors with the warm smile of an old-world gentleman, but it does little to hide the exhaustion on his face.
Families Worry Rig Tragedy Being Swept Away
As the anti-election fraud protest at Prospekt Akademika Sakharova raged around her, Yelena Bogush seemed out of place.
'Pearl Ensign' Avoids Prison Time
A former police officer in St. Petersburg was given a suspended sentence for beating up and insulting political protesters last year, a scene that was...
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Twitter Becomes Key for Moscow Protests
You may have heard that tens of thousands of people would protest against election falsifications on Saturday. You probably didn't hear it from state-controlled...
50,000-Strong Rally Approved
Dashing fears that a second major rally over the State Duma elections would be banned, City Hall on Wednesday authorized a protest for Dec. 24 on Prospekt...
Police Deny Magnitsky Died From Beating
The Interior Ministry has declared that lawyer Sergei Magnitsky died from heart failure in jail and not as the result of beating by prison officials, refuting...
Khodorkovsky Film Makes Debut
"Khodorkovsky," a documentary about Russia's most famous prisoner, will debut in Moscow on Thursday, just three days before State Duma elections —...