Russian police have arrested more than 2,000 protesters after thousands of people across the nation took to the streets to demand the release of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
- Protests were held in cities across Russia’s 11 time zones according to monitors
- Police in Moscow closed subway stations near the Kremlin and shut restaurants
- It follows major protests last weekend that saw tens of thousands turn out
The demonstrations on Sunday were the latest in nationwide protests that have rattled the Kremlin.
Mr Navalny, a 44-year-old anti-corruption investigator who is the best-known critic of President Vladimir Putin, was arrested on January 17 upon returning from Germany, where he spent five months recovering from…
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