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A BGN 16 B "banknote" depicting Bulgaria's Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov is held by protesters against Bulgaria's move to take on the aforementioned amount of new debt. Friday's protest was organized by the oppositon socialist party.

A man mourns as he put flowers at the site of murder of Boris Nemtsov in central Moscow, Russia, early February 28, 2015.

Thai durian for sale at a fresh food market in Bangkok, Thailand, 26 February 2015. A calendar shows a picture of the beloved Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej

Indonesian muslims hold their posters reading `Islamic law forbids beauty contest` and `beauty pageant showcase genitalia` during an anti beauty contest protests in front of The State Ministry of Women`s Empowerment (MOWE) office in Jakarta, Indonesia, Fe

Members of Bolivian band Pasion Andina perform on the stage during the 56th Vina del Mar Song Festival, in Vina del Mar, Chile, February 25, 2015. The music festival runs from February 22 to 27.

A visitor walks by the work `Kistenwalhalla` from 1980/88 by Austrian artist Arnulf Rainer at the Museum Frieder Burda in Baden-Baden, Germany, 25 February 2015. The retrospective `Arnulf Rainer` opens to the public from 28 February to 03 May.

Leverkusen players celebrate after winning 1-0 the UEFA Champions League round of 16 first leg match between Bayer Leverkusen and Atletico Madrid in Leverkusen, Germany, 25 February 2015.

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Boris Nemtsov: Once Governing Politician, Later Opposition Leader

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August 22, 2009: co-founder of Solidarnost (Solidarity) opposition movement Boris Nemtsov (L) arguing with a Russian policeman following the detention of his associates who carried the Russian state flag along the Arbat street (tourist center of Moscow) t

The death of Boris Nemtsov has shocked a number of politicians, observers and citizens in Russia and across the globe.

Nemtsov has been described by many as a controversially perceived figure, but nevertheless one of the most notable ones in Russia's history.

Once a Deputy Prime Minister under Boris Yeltsin, he turned into an opposition activist due to a fallout ...

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