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Topic - Anton Titov
Russia's president on Sunday ordered an investigation of electoral fraud in last week's parliamentary elections after thousands of protesters rallied against the election results in the most massive demonstrations in the country's post-Soviet history.
"Things just reached a boiling point," student protester Anton Titov, 20, told The Washington Times as some 50,000 people braved driving sleet to rally peacefully at downtown Moscow's Bolotnaya Square on Saturday.