In Russian cities from the far east of the country to Kaliningrad, people took to the streets on Saturday to call for Navalny's release and protest against the state leadership - defying a ban on public assemblies and freezing temperatures. Police arrested around 4,000 people across the country. Europe's press speculates on whether this is the beginning of the end for Putin.

The Observer (GB)
De Volkskrant (NL)
Ria Nowosti (RU)
La Stampa (IT)
Rzeczpospolita (PL)

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Der Tagesspiegel (DE)
Wiener Zeitung (AT)
Večernji list (HR)
Tages-Anzeiger (CH)
Yeni Akit (TR)
The Daily Telegraph (GB)
Le Figaro (FR)
taz, die tageszeitung (DE)
Lidové noviny (CZ)
Respekt (CZ)
L'Opinion (FR)
Financial Times (GB)
Avgi (GR)
Naftemporiki (GR)
Avvenire (IT)
The Times (GB)
Lrt (LT)
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (DE)
Le Monde (FR)
Liberté (DZ)
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