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Russia: 100 years on, Orthodox Church split over executed tsar's remains
Next week's centenary of the execution of Russia's last tsar has reignited a long-running conflict between the state and the Russian Orthodox Church over what to do with the murdered royal family's remains. Orthodox Patriarch Kirill on Monday will lead a procession marking 100 years since the Bolsheviks shot dead tsar Nicholas II and his family after he abdicated. But the Church -- dominated by hardliners -- is still divided over the authenticity of the…
by afp, JusticeInfo.Net
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