* Temperatures low, Russian opposition tries to keep spirits high * Putin foes plan next big street protest in a week By Alissa de Carbonnel MOSCOW, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Critics of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin drove in their hundreds around central Moscow on Sunday in cars trailing white ribbons, a symbol of Russia's protest movement, staging a mobile demonstration to demand fair elections. Opposition leaders are trying to maintain momentum after tens of thousands of people angry over ...
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