Alec Luhn was detained by police while covering a protest in Moscow organised by opposition politician Alexei Navalny

A Moscow court has dropped charges against Guardian reporter Alec Luhn, who faced a fine or community service after he was detained by police during a reporting assignment.

The charge, of “violating the order of participating in a public event”, came after Luhn was detained by police while covering a protest march in central Moscow on 26 March, organised by opposition politician Alexei Navalny.

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