Demonstrations against the striking of candidates from the city ballot have been held for six Saturdays in a row.
Over three decades of protests, the styles have changed, but the message stays the same.
The pilot of the Airbus jet with 233 people on board is being hailed as a hero.
The missile, which was carrying nuclear materials, killed five workers when it blew up last week.
A test of a new weapon in a northern bay led to a disastrous ignition of liquid rocket fuel.
For weeks, protesters have called for opposition candidates on next month’s ballot in Moscow.
A victory for the opposition in Russia’s biggest city — or defeat at the hands of baton-wielding police — will embolden one side or the other.
The former Utah governor will return home in October, after two years of friction and confrontation between Washington and Moscow.
The Russians had been working on it for years, before word got out in 1992.
Trump uses the phrase to attack the press. Stalin used the press to attack his enemies — and killed them by the millions.