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2017-18 Russian protests

Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny is arrested by police at a protest rally in Moscow. His arrest comes shortly after police raid the headquarters of his unregistered Progress Party in an apparent attempt to disrupt online broadcasts of opposition rallies against Vladimir Putin, while police say they were looking for a bomb. Navalny is released from police custody without charge late Sunday but needs to appear in court later.

Police seize Russian opposition leader at rally calling for boycott of March presidential election

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  1. Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny is arrested by police at a protest in Moscow. His arrest came shortly after police raided the headquarters of his Progress Party in an apparent attempt to disrupt online broadcasts of opposition rallies against Vladimir Putin.
  2. Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny is arrested by police at a protest rally in Moscow. His arrest comes shortly after police raid the headquarters of his unregistered Progress Party in an apparent attempt to disrupt online broadcasts of opposition rallies against Vladimir Putin, while police say they were looking for a bomb.
  3. Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny is arrested by police at a protest rally in Moscow. His arrest came shortly after police raided the headquarters of his unregistered Progress Party in an apparent attempt to disrupt online broadcasts of opposition rallies against Vladimir Putin, while police said they were looking for a bomb.
  4. Russian opposition figure Alexei Navalny is arrested by police at a protest in Moscow. His arrest came shortly after police raided the headquarters of his Progress Party in an apparent attempt to disrupt online broadcasts of opposition rallies against Vladimir Putin, while Police said they were looking for a bomb.
  5. Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny is arrested by police at a protest rally in Moscow. His arrest comes shortly after police raid the headquarters of his unregistered Progress Party in an apparent attempt to disrupt online broadcasts of opposition rallies against Vladimir Putin, while police say they were looking for a bomb. Navalny is released from police custody without charge late Sunday but needs to appear in court later.

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