Police search Putin opponents' homes before rally

By REUTERS
June 11, 2012 10:27

 
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MOSCOW - Russian police and investigators searched the homes of several opposition leaders on Monday, a day before a planned protest, Russia's main criminal investigation agency said.

The Federal Investigative Committee said it planned to conduct about 10 searches in connection with a criminal investigation into violence against police at a protest held in Moscow on the eve of President Vladimir Putin's inauguration on May 7.

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