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Hundreds Detained As Protesters Maintain Pressure Following Russian Journalist’s Release

Hundreds Detained As Protesters Maintain Pressure Following Russian Journalist's Release
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MOSCOW — Police detained several hundred people as demonstrators marched through central Moscow to maintain pressure on the authorities following the release of Ivan Golunov, an investigative reporter who had been arrested on a drug charge supporters said was fabricated.

Opposition politician Aleksei Navalny and several journalists were among what OVD-Info, a group that monitors protests and arrests in Russia, said were more than 400 people detained at the rally in the capital on June 12…

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