Last month, thousands of people held rallies and vigils in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities across Russia to mark the second anniversary of the murder of Boris Nemtsov, the former Deputy Prime Minister and leader of the country’s pro-democracy opposition, who was gunned down near the Kremlin on Feb. 27, 2015. While the suspected perpetrators — all of them linked to Vladimir Putin’s viceroy in Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov — are currently on trial in a Moscow military court, and investigators have not pursued those who ordered and organized the killing. The Russian ...
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