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Justice Delayed
Moscow-People lay flowers at a portrait of Russian opposition leader Boris Nemtsov on February 26, at the spot where he was gunned down two years ago while walking with his girlfriend outside the Kremlin. The 55-year-old Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister and prominent critic of President Vladimir Putin, was shot dead on a bridge late in the evening as he left a restaurant. Thousands of Russians took to the streets to mark two years since Nemtsov was gunned down and to call for further investigations into his killing. Investigators have charged several Chechen men with the murder, but lawyers for Nemtsov's daughter said the investigation had failed to uncover who ordered the shooting.
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