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Russia says anti-Putin protesters faked injuries

Russia’s Interior Ministry insisted on Saturday riot police had acted lawfully when they broke up opposition rallies and accused protesters of faking injuries. Police wielding batons beat, kicked and chased anti-Kremlin protesters in Moscow and St. Petersburg last weekend, drawing sharp rebukes from Western governments and human rights groups. Former chess champion turned opposition leader Garry Kasparov was detained, along with his supporters and a number of journalists and photographers. Most were released within hours. Full Story

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