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MOSCOW, May 26 (Itar-Tass) —— Police detained about 10 nationalists in central Moscow before an opposition rally on Saturday, May 26.
The opposition rally against police arbitrariness attracted nationalist movement leaders. The rally organisers asked police to lead them away.
“All of them were led away, but they did not want to leave and rolled out their banner. After that 10 people or so were taken to a police station for lecturing,” the police press service said.
The rally went off without incidents.