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Protesters gather near the Russian embassy in Berlin on last day of presidential election

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Hundreds gather outside the Russian embassy in Berlin to protest against Russia's invasion in Ukraine on the last day of a presidential election guaranteed to see Vladimir Putin win another six-year term. IMAGES

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