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Russian police arrest Navalny at anti-Putin protest as thousands


Russian police detain opposition leader Alexei Navalny at a rally in Moscow which he had called to protest upcoming polls expected to extend Vladimir Putin's Kremlin term to 2024. IMAGES

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