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Russians react to changes in pension reform proposed by Putin

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Russians react to President Vladimir Putin's proposal to soften a pension reform deeply unpopular among Russians, in an apparent attempt to stem a major fall in his approval ratings.

Added on the 29/08/2018 14:36:51 - Copyright : AFP EN

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