Protests in front of Russian Secret Service headquarters in Moscow, 30 people arrested



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Protests in front of Russian Secret Service headquarters in Moscow, 30 people arrested



At least thirty people have been arrested in Moscow today during an unauthorized gathering of opposition members outside the headquarters of the FSB's Russian security service, AFP news agency reported.

Protesters have called for the release from prison of far-left activists who were sentenced to very heavy prison sentences for “terrorism” in February. Several of them said at the hearing that the FSB had tortured them during their detention.



“Shame!”

Some protesters, mostly younger, raised banners with hostile slogans against the FSB, while others chanted “Shame!”

The Russian organization OVD-Info, which specializes in monitoring demonstrations, reported forty-one arrests in the late afternoon, with three juveniles allegedly arrested, and Lev Ponomarev, a prominent human rights activist, active since the late 1980s.

Police have warned protesters several times over the megaphone to disperse because the protest was not approved. They ignored warnings after which police arrested several people, Interfax reported.

Protests in front of Russian Secret Service headquarters in Moscow, 30 people arrested

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