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MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian opposition activists, who led tens of thousands of people onto the streets in anti-government rallies in recent months, merged two parties into one on Saturday to strengthen their fight against President Vladimir Putin. Mikhail Kasyanov, prime minister from 2000 to 2004 during Putin's first term as president but now a fierce critic, and former Deputy Prime Minister Boris Nemtsov, united their People's Freedom Party with former lawmaker Vladimir Ryzhkov's Republican Party of Russia (RPR). "Our main goal is a change in the country's political course. ...

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