Officials in Moscow, Russia, have withdrawn permission for a ceremony honoring those killed by the Soviet Union's government under Joseph Stalin. For the past 11 years, a group has held a public ceremony each October where hundreds of people read the names of Stalin's victims. But officials blocked this year's ceremony.
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