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MOSCOW, August 18 (Itar-Tass) —— The people detained near the Khamovniki court in Moscow on Friday evening are released from police stations, the Moscow police press service said on Saturday.
Earlier police said that more than 50 people were detained for various offences near the court building where the sentence for Pussy Riot punk group members was pronounced.
Offence-preventive talks were held with some of the detainees. Administrative offence reports were written against the others. After that, they were released, the press service said.