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Mass protests in Russia: More than 400 people detained
21:47, 5 November 2017
Mass protests in Russia: More than 400 people detained

Earlier 310 detainees were reported

21:47, 5 November 2017

In Russia, as of 18:00 (Moscow time), it is known about 412 people detained during the protests named 05.11.17 in Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Perm, Rostov-on-Don, Saratov, Moscow and St. Petersburg. This is reported by OVD-Info.

"In Moscow they detained 376 people, in St. Petersburg - 13, in Rostov-on-Don there are 13 people in the department, in Krasnodar - 10, three in Krasnoyarsk and two in Perm," the report said.

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Earlier, 310 detainees, including minors, were reported.

Most of these people joined the so-called ‘Revolution 05.11.17’, the act of unrest announced by opposition politician Vyacheslav Maltsev. He is the leader of ‘Artpodgotovka’ (Russian term for ‘artillery preparation’, - 112 International), the Russian opposition movement, which is considered an extremist organization and banned by the Russian government. Maltsev urged the activists to join the protest actions in Russia, slated for noon of November 5 (05-11-2017).

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