'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
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Tens of thousands of Russians filled the streets of central Moscow on Tuesday to rally against the 12-year rule of President Vladimir Putin, braving torrential rain and the threat of vastly increased fines for protest-related offenses.
"I want my children to live in a normal country, and for that to happen, Putin has to go," said protester Sergei Letov, 38. "But I want peaceful change. Russia has seen enough bloodletting down the years."