Police in Russia detain 1,614 people at Navalny rallies - monitor

Reuters | Moscow | Updated: 23-01-2021 20:27 IST | Created: 23-01-2021 20:17 IST
Police in Russia detain 1,614 people at Navalny rallies - monitor
Russian police detained an estimated 1,614 people at unauthorised rallies held on Saturday across the country in support of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, the OVD-Info protest monitor said. Image Credit: Flickr

Russian police detained an estimated 1,614 people at unauthorised rallies held on Saturday across the country in support of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, the OVD-Info protest monitor said.

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