Navalny was one of 1,600 arrested during anti-Putin rallies across the country

The Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny was been released from police custody on Sunday after being detained during nationwide protests ahead of Vladimir Putin’s inauguration for a fourth presidential term.

Navalny, 41, was one of 1,600 people arrested by police aided by pro-Kremlin Cossack activists as Russians rallied in scores of towns and cities prior to Putin’s inauguration on Monday.

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