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MOSCOW, May 9 (Itar-Tass) —— Popular television anchor Xenia Sobchak who was detained late on Tuesday in Moscow’s Nikitsky Boulevard, where opposition activists tried to stage the so-called “open-ended public gathering,” has been released.
“They have let us go. Now we with [lawmaker Dmitry] Gudkov [who was also detained in Nikitsky Boulevard] are going to Barrikadnaya,” Sobchak wrote in a microblog.