В Москве устроили массовые беспорядки

16 Декабря 2010, 09:40

В среду в Москве прошли массовые беспорядки. Стычки и драки возникли сразу в нескольких районах города. Основные события разворачивались у Киевского вокзала. Фото AFP

Russian riot police officer holds a knife recovered as they detain a protestor in central St. Petersburg on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. In Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg organised members of the far right descended on a major square that stands in the heart of the city amid modern shops and busy metro stations. The police there reported making more than 60 arrests. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV
Russian riot police hold a knife discovered as they detain a protestor in central St. Petersburg on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. In Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg organised members of the far right descended on a major square that stands in the heart of the city amid modern shops and busy metro stations. The police there reported making more than 60 arrests. AFP PHOTO / INTERPRESS / MAXIM ZMEYEV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO/ ANDREY SMIRNOV
Russian riot policemen examine an ID of a man at the Kievsky train station in Moscow on December 15, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Russian riot police officers detain protestors in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Russian police officers detain a protestor in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Russian riot police officers patrol the entrance of Smolenskaya metro station in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO / ANDREY SMIRNOV
Russian riot policemen cordon off the Kievsky train station in Moscow on December 15, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central St. Petersburg on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. In Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg organised members of the far right descended on a major square that stands in the heart of the city amid modern shops and busy metro stations. The police there reported making more than 60 arrests. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXANDER NEMENOV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central St. Petersburg on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. In Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg organised members of the far right descended on a major square that stands in the heart of the city amid modern shops and busy metro stations. The police there reported making more than 60 arrests. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central St. Petersburg on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. In Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg organised members of the far right descended on a major square that stands in the heart of the city amid modern shops and busy metro stations. The police there reported making more than 60 arrests. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV
Russian riot police officer detaines a protestor in central St. Petersburg on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. In Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg organised members of the far right descended on a major square that stands in the heart of the city amid modern shops and busy metro stations. The police there reported making more than 60 arrests. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central St. Petersburg on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. In Russia's second city of Saint Petersburg organised members of the far right descended on a major square that stands in the heart of the city amid modern shops and busy metro stations. The police there reported making more than 60 arrests. AFP PHOTO / KIRILL KUDRYAVTSEV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXEY SAZONOV
Russian riot police detain a man at the Kievsky train station in Moscow on December 15, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV
Russian riot police detain a man in central in Moscow on December 15, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXANDER NEMENOV
Russian riot police detain a man in central in Moscow on December 15, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXANDER NEMENOV
Russian riot police secure an area in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXANDER NEMENOV
Russian riot police officers detain a protestor in central Moscow on December 15, 2010 during a demonstration for Yegor Sviridov, 28, a dedicated fan of the Spartak Moscow football team shot dead on December 4, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO/ ALEXANDER NEMENOV
Russian riot policemen examine an ID of a man at the Kievsky train station in Moscow on December 15, 2010. Moscow police arrested more than 700 people Wednesday across the city centre in a bid to prevent ethnic clashes from erupting following the deadly shooting of a football fan, a spokesman said. AFP PHOTO / ALEXEY SAZONOV

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