Dozens Held In Moscow, St. Petersburg For Protesting Journalist's Arrest

Police in Moscow detained 32 people, including a State Duma member, several municipal lawmakers, and journalists who came out to protest against the jailing of prominent Russian journalist Ilya Azar, an independent political watchdog says.

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