President Putin trolled on live television call-in show

Russian President Vladimir Putin took part in his annual live phone-in show. This is a show where he takes questions from members of the public. But this year, questions texted in were flashed up on the screen in real time.

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    Russian President Vladimir Putin took part in his annual live phone-in show.

    This is a show where he takes questions from members of the public.

    But this year, questions texted in were flashed up on the screen in real time.

    It suggested some people were finding a way to voice their frustrations.

    Al Jazeera’s Rory Challands reports from Moscow.


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