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Ultra-nationalist movements gain momentum

Xenophobic Russian groups have been flourishing since the fall of the Soviet Union twenty years ago, and growing social dissatisfaction is making nationalist ideology increasingly popular. Far-right groups are not allowed to take part in elections, but they know that some of their ideas and slogans are now being recycled by mainstream political parties. France 24's Moscow reporters spent time with one of their leaders.

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