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Moscow police detain protesters during rally in support of Russian journalist Golunov

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At least 23 people are detained in Moscow during a peaceful but unsanctioned march against the alleged impunity and corruption of law enforcement agencies. The march comes after Russian authorities in Moscow dropped drug charges against investigative journalist Ivan Golunov in a rare climbdown by law enforcement following a public outcry. IMAGES

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