Russia protests: police pelted with snowballs in Moscow

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Tens of thousands of Alexei Navalny supporters have protested across Russia in one of the largest demonstrations against Vladimir Putin’s rule in the past decade.

Footage shows protesters hurling snowballs at a group of police in Moscow. 

More than 1,870 people were arrested by riot police on Saturday at dozens of unsanctioned rallies throughout Russia.

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