Russia Protests

Tens of thousands protest in Moscow, calling for Putin to step down.
1:12 | 12/10/11

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Global tide of political unrest overseas rising in a new place as thousands take to the streets of Moscow to protest Russian strongman Vladimir Putin. Once again the new generation was out in front wielding the power of technology to deliver a resounding message here's ABC's Kelly -- -- and. -- it was the largest show of defiance since the fall of the Soviet Union. 50000. Russians furious that a government they believe cheated. People want their elections you'll feel that their -- -- golden. There -- only a handful of arrests but plenty of demands protesters want new elections and they want Vladimir Putin to resign. If you go -- -- and right bill continue. Clinton has ruled Russia for twelve years this is his biggest challenge yet led by the Internet generation well informed and fed up. They took cameras to the -- Schering images like he's on YouTube for allegedly be traceable ink and rubber stamped ballots. These -- Russia has no future. Clinton still has the backing of millions and an approval rating of 60%. But it's sliding. Question is can he keep enough Russians on his side to win -- new term as president in March.

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