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Apparently, supporters of the Nationalist Movement Artpodgotovka gathered at the Manege Square, at the Kremlin in the center of Moscow. The police arrested 263 people there for 'disruption of public order. '
The FSB, successor of the Russian secret service KGB from the Soviet era, stated on his website that all members of Artpodgotovka were arrested and fifteen Molotov cocktails were seized.
According to the FSB, the group estimated 'extremist actions in the form of fire brigades of government buildings and attacks on police officers to provoke massive unrest' on 4 and 5 November, the weekend of the Day of Unity.