Russian police planned to restrict movement in the centre of Moscow on Sunday as the authorities warned supporters of jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny against taking to the streets.
Protests are planned in multiple Russian cities, and early pictures from the Associated Press showed demonstrators being arrested in Vladivostock, in the far east of the country.
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