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Offices of Russian opposition searched

Law enforcement officers searched an opposition group’s office in Moscow, an activist said. About 20 people who identified themselves as security and criminal police officers raided the office of the United Civil Front headed by former world chess champion turned fierce Kremlin critic Garry Kasparov, his aide, Marina Litvinovich, told The Associated Press. Litvinovich said the officers made copies of all documents they found of interest and she was told the search was connected to suspicions that Kasparov’s group was involved in extremist activity. Full Story

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