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Moscow-area police prevented seven nationalist riots
23.12.2010 16:30
Moscow-area police prevented seven nationalist riots

Moscow-area police prevented seven nationalist riots in seven Russian cities, according to Vadim Fomchenkov, head of the public order police of the Moscow region. Only for several days of this week more than 2 thousand people were detained. Police had been browsing the Internet, searching for the riots announcements and arresting every suspicious group of people on the streets. Among the riot-expected cities are: Pushkino, Orekhovo-Zuevo, Chekhov, Serpukhov, Ramenskoye and the Voskresensk.
      Mass nationalist rallies in several cities started with the riots on Manejnaya square in Moscow on December, 11.
Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia


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