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- The Soviet Union, in 1991, prosecuted Valeria Novodvorskaya for insulting Mikhail S. Gorbachev. She called him a “hangman,” “red fascist,” and other things.
- Russian human rights activist and opposition politician Valeria Novodvorskaya dies
- For decades, Valeria Novodvorskaya was among the most renowned public figures in Russia, known for her strong opinions on a number of political matters. She was against the introduction of troops to Chechnya and took Georgia's side in the South Ossetia ...
- Robert Coalson: Valeria Novodvorskaya - Russia's 'Don Quixote' of democracy
- he leader of the Democretic Union party, Valeria Novodvorskaya (L), holding a placard that asks: "Who was interested in terrorist actions in Russia: Chechnya or the FSB (Federal Security Service) ?
- Life & Death of a Russian Freedom Fighter
- Valeria Novodvorskaya, the firebrand Russian activist and writer who died in Moscow on July 12 at the age of 64, was practically unknown abroad and had a somewhat scandalous notoriety at home. Enemies derided her, often in crudely misogynist terms, ...
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- The Russian pensioner dubbed the 'Granny Ripper' has been sent to a notorious Soviet-era psychiatric hospital after refusing to tell police how she killed her victims.
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