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CZECH-ANNIVERSARY/RUSSIA
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November 17, 2014
Demonstrators are reflected in a mirror showing symbolic red cards to Czech President Milos Zeman during...
Prague, Czech Republic
Demonstrators are reflected in a mirror showing symbolic red cards to Czech President Milos Zeman during...
Demonstrators are reflected in a mirror showing symbolic red cards to Czech President Milos Zeman during a protest rally in Prague November 17, 2014. Czechs who helped bring about the "Velvet Revolution" that overthrew Kremlin-backed Communist rule are marking the 25th anniversary this week by accusing the country's present-day leaders of once again cosying up to Russia. The focus of their anger is President Milos Zeman, who has taken a pro-Russian line on economic sanctions and described Pussy Riot, the punk group jailed for blasting out a song denouncing President Vladimir Putin in a Moscow cathedral, as hooligans who should not have been treated as political prisoners. The Czech Republic marks the anniversary of the 1989 Velvet Revolution, which led to the fall of the communist regime 25 years ago, on Monday. REUTERS/David W Cerny (CZECH REPUBLIC - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY CIVIL UNREST)
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