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Navalny Supporters Arrested as Putin Protests Sweep Russia

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Navalny Supporters Arrested as Putin Protests Sweep Russia

Navalny Supporters Arrested as Putin Protests Sweep Russia

Thousands of protesters are demanding the release of Alexei Navalny, the country's top opposition figure.

Police have arrested hundreds of pro-Navalny supporters attending the nationwide protests.

Navalny was detained on 17 January after he flew back to Moscow from Germany.

Russian authorities had promised a tough crackdown prior to the protests.

Report by Shoulderg.

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