Spokeswoman for opposition leader Alexei Navalny says raids are ‘an act of intimidation’

Russian police have raided dozens of offices of the opposition group behind mass protests this summer and the homes of its supporters.

Leonid Volkov, a close aide to the opposition leader Alexei Navalny, said police searches were under way at more than 80 addresses in 29 cities. “This is not only offices and apartments of coordinators but also the homes of employees and volunteers,” Volkov said on Twitter.

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