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Topic - Alexander Belov
Thousands of nationalists marched through Moscow on Sunday chanting slogans such as "Russia for the Russians" to protest President Vladimir Putin's government, which they accuse of lavishing privileges on migrants and minorities while ignoring ethnic Russians.
"scared of us. He feels his time is coming to an end because the future belongs to us," Alexander Belov, leader of the nationalist group Russkie, told the marchers in Moscow.