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Riot police mass in Moscow to stop far-right protest

Riot police detained dozens of protesters in central Moscow on Saturday as they tried to stop Russian nationalists from holding a banned march against immigrants. Around 2,000 far-right demonstrators gathered at a Moscow park for an officially sanctioned meeting on Russia’s National Unity Day holiday under the gaze of police in full body armour. The nationalists waved old Tsarist flags and chanted “Glory to Russia” as a police helicopter buzzed overhead. Similar protests were held in cities across the country, from Vladivostok on the Pacific coast to St Petersburg in the west. Full Story

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