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MOSCOW, September 18 (Itar-Tass) — Police in Moscow have detained three people in front of the building of Russia's Supreme Court for breaking public law and order, the press service of Moscow City's Interior Department said Tuesday night.
“Policemen detained three people in front of building number 15 on Povarskaya Street for breaking law and order and took them to the territorial department,” the press release said.
At the time of reporting, Interior officials were deciding on whether or not to invoke an administrative responsibility clause against the detainees.