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Russian ultra-nationalists wave Russian Empire's black-yellow-white flags and hold banner as they take part in the so-called 'Russian March' in central Moscow on November 4, 2012, marking the National Unity Day. The annual Russian March is timed to coincide with the Day of Popular Unity, a national holiday which this year marks the 400th anniversary of the 1612 expulsion of Polish occupiers from the Kremlin in Moscow. Members of nationalist movements of all hues will take to the streets as Putin, who returned to the Kremlin for a third term in May, is struggling with the worst political crisis since he came to power 12 years ago.

Kirill Kudryavtsev