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Russian authorities ramp up pressure on opposition ahead of parliamentary elections

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Andrei Pivovarov, the head of the Open Russia movement that dissolved itself last week, was pulled off a plane at St. Petersburg's airport late Monday and was to be taken to Krasnodar in southern Russia.

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