Jeffrey Kofman
  • Thousands Rally in Moscow Against Putin

    "Putin Again?" With the famous Edvard Munch painting "The Scream." The clear mocking message: The Horror!
    Jeffrey Kofman
  • Thousands Rally in Moscow Against Putin

    Some protesters carried signs saying, "Hillary I'm still waiting for my money" -- a pointed jab at Putin, who claimed last week that U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was paying the Moscow protesters to take the streets. Clinton has been publicly critical of election irregularities.
    Jeffrey Kofman
  • Thousands Rally in Moscow Against Putin

    This rally against Putin was said to be twice as big as the first, held two weeks ago. This time there was a proper stage and sound system. The banner above the stage reads "Russia Will Be Free"; the one at the back of the set says, "For Honest Elections"; and the one on the left side of the stage proclaims, "The election was a farce."
    Jeffrey Kofman
  • Russia Election Protests

    Protesters hold a poster depicting Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin, left, former Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi, second from right, and Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko, right, as they gather to protest against alleged vote rigging in Russia's parliamentary elections on Sakharov avenue in Moscow, Russia on Dec. 24, 2011.
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  • Russia Election Protests

    A demonstrator holds a portrait of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin covering himself with a condom during a mass anti-Putin rally on Dec., 24, 2011 in Moscow, Russia.
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  • Russia Election Protests

    Protesters, activists of nationalist groups, argue with police officers while trying to enter the podium during a rally against the December 4 parliament elections in Moscow on Dec. 24, 2011. Tens of thousands of people filled today an avenue in Moscow to protest against the alleged rigging of parliamentary polls in a new challenge to Russian strongman Vladimir Putin's authority.
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  • Russia Election Protests

    Protesters gather together to protest against alleged vote rigging in Russia's parliamentary elections on Sakharov avenue in Moscow, Russia on Dec. 24, 2011, with a white balloon with words "why did you join WTO?".
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  • Russia Election Protests

    Protesters shout slogans during a protest against alleged vote rigging in Russia's parliamentary elections in Moscow.
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  • Russia Election Protests

    Demonstrators take part in a mass anti-Putin rally in Moscow to protest alleged vote fraud in recent parliamentary elections.
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  • Russia Election Protests

    A pickup truck with a mockup gun carries text reading: "Day of Unity against Corruption" near the site of a protest against alleged vote rigging in Russia's parliamentary elections on Sakharov avenue in Moscow, Russia on Dec. 24, 2011.
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  • Russia Election Protests

    Protesters shout slogans during a protest against vote rigging in Russia's parliamentary elections in Moscow.
    Mikhail Metzel/AP Photo
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