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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) - Moscow city police have launched a check-up in response to a statement from journalists of one of television channels about an attack on them last night when the fire was raging at the Sadovod (‘horticulturist’) market, an official at the Interior Ministry's Directorate for the city of Moscow (GUMVD) announced.
"Last night, a cameraman of one of TV channels filed an application with the police department for Kapotnya District, requesting police to take measures with regard to unidentified persons," the GUMVD official said.
The applicant pointed out that those persons attacked a filming team near the Sadovod market when the journalists were performing their professional duties.
"A check-up will be carried out in connection with the application in accordance with the law-established procedure and a procedural decision will be made," the GUMVD official added.