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MOSCOW, October 14 (Itar-Tass) - Fourteen young men with gas spary cans have been taken off from an electric train at the Biryulyovo railway freight station early Monday on suspicion of an intent to commit unlawful acts, said an official in the press service of the Moscow city police department of the Russian Interior Ministry.
"At the Biryulyovo-Tovarnaya (freight) railway station, 14 young supporters of the banned National-Bolshevist Party have been taken off an electric train. Gas spray cans were found on them and confiscated," the press service official said.
It was reported earlier that 380 people in Moscow's south had been detained. So, the number of those detained has neared 400.