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Poll shows Putin set to return to Kremlin

03-05-2012 08:30 BJT Special Report: Russia Presidential Election 2012 |

Russia's presidential candidate Vladimir Putin announced that he has won the election. Tears streamed down Putin’s cheeks at a victory rally attended by 70,000 supporters in central Moscow. Full Story>>

A tearful Prime Minister Vladimir Putin addresses supporters in a rally at
Manezh Square just outside the Kremlin in Moscow late on Sunday. With his
voice hoarse with emotion, Putin declared victory in the presidential
vote as he addressed tens of thousands of supporters.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev (2nd L) walks with Russia's presidential candidate
and incumbent Prime Minister Vladimir Putin (1st L) as they attend a gathering in
Moscow, March 4, 2012. (Xinhua/RIA Novosti)


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