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Politik
05/07/2012

Russland: Blutige Gewalt wegen Putin

Vor der Amtseinführung des neuen, alten Präsidenten eskalierte die Situation in Moskau - 450 Menschen wurden festgenommen.

von Evelyn Peternel

dapdA wounded opposition protester lays on the road after he was beaten by riot police during a rally in downtown Moscow, Sunday, May 6, 2012. Riot police in Moscow have begun arresting protesters who were trying to reach the Kremlin in a demonstration on

EPAepa03208595 Russian policemen defend Kremlin from participants of the so-called million people march against Vladimir Putin, on the eve of his inauguration as president in Moscow, Russia, 06 May 2012. Thousands of people protested against unfair electi

dapdPro-Putin activists hold flags with portraits of Russian president-elect Vladimir Putin during a rally on the eve of his inauguration as president in Moscow, Russia, Sunday, May 6, 2012. Vladimir Putins will return to the presidency on Monday will te

EPAepa03208510 Russian riot policemen kick off a smoke candle thrown by a participant of the so-called million people march against Vladimir Putin, on the eve of his inauguration as president in Moscow, Russia, 06 May 2012. Thousands of people protested a

REUTERSA protester wearing an anti-Putin tshirt takes part in the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters with batons and hauled away dozens on Sunday after skirmishes broke out at a dem

EPAepa03208640 Russian riot police detain a participant of the so-called million people march against Vladimir Putin on the eve of his inauguration as president in Moscow, Russia, 06 May 2012. Thousands of people protested against unfair elections and to

REUTERSRiot police try to remove barricades from participants of a "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Riot police hauled away dozens of protesters and at least two opposition leaders on Sunday after scuffles broke out

EPAepa03208638 Russian riot police detain a participants of the so-called million people march against Vladimir Putin on the eve of his inauguration as president in Moscow, Russia, 06 May 2012. Thousands of people protested against unfair elections and to

dapdA wounded opposition protester winces in pain during a rally in Moscow on Sunday, May 6, 2012. Riot police in Moscow have begun arresting protesters who were trying to reach the Kremlin in a demonstration on the eve of Vladimir Putins inauguration as

EPAepa03208637 Russian riot police detain a participants of the so-called million people march against Vladimir Putin on the eve of his inauguration as president in Moscow, Russia, 06 May 2012. Thousands of people protested against unfair elections and to

REUTERSA protester with a tattoo on the back of his head takes part in the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters with batons and hauled away dozens on Sunday after skirmishes broke out

REUTERSRussian riot police scuffle with protesters during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters about the head with batons and detained 250 on Sunday after clashes broke out at a M

REUTERSRussian riot police scuffle with protesters during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters about the head with batons and detained 250 on Sunday after clashes broke out at a M

REUTERSRussian riot police scuffle with protestors during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters about the head with batons and detained 250 on Sunday after clashes broke out at a M

REUTERSRussian riot police detain a protester during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters about the head with batons and detained 250 on Sunday after clashes broke out at a Moscow

REUTERSRussian riot police detain a protester during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters about the head with batons and detained 250 on Sunday after clashes broke out at a Moscow

EPAepa03209328 Cannons fire in honor of inauguration Russian President Vladimir Putin in the Kremlin in Moscow Russia, 07 May 2012. Russian politician Vladimir Putin was sworn in for a third term as Russias president on Monday, as the former KGB spy ceme

EPAepa03208594 Participants of so-called million people march against upcoming inauguration of Vladimir Putin kiss each other during the demonstration in Moscow, Russia, 06 May 2012. People protest against unfair elections and not changeable ruling of Vla

REUTERSRussian riot police detain a protester during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters with batons and hauled away dozens on Sunday after skirmishes broke out at a demonstratio

REUTERSA protester holds his bleeding head in front of the Kremlin during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters with batons and hauled away dozens on Sunday after skirmishes broke

REUTERSNew Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and former President Dmitry Medvedev take part in an inauguration ceremony at the Kremlin in Moscow May 7, 2012. Vladimir Putin appealed for unity in Russia after being sworn as president on Monday and pledg

EPAepa03209321 Russian President-elect Vladimir Putin, is welcomed by his guests as he arrives for his inauguration in Moscow, Russia, 07 May 2012. Russian politician Vladimir Putin was sworn in for a third term as Russias president on Monday, as the form

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