Tuesday: The day in photos - Moscow

In Moscow, members of the pro-Kremlin youth group Nashi (Ours) place withered roses outside the Georgian embassy. The protesters are opponents of Georgia President Mikhail  Saakashvili, and  the flowers symbolize what they call the fading of Georgia's 2003 "Rose Revolution," which led to the installation of  Saakashvili as president.
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( Alexander Nemenov / AFP / Getty Images / April 14, 2009 )

In Moscow, members of the pro-Kremlin youth group Nashi (Ours) place withered roses outside the Georgian embassy. The protesters are opponents of Georgia President Mikhail Saakashvili, and the flowers symbolize what they call the fading of Georgia's 2003 "Rose Revolution," which led to the installation of Saakashvili as president.

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