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St Petersburg to end public protests

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Russia’s second largest city St Petersburg plans to ban public demonstrations at historic sites.

The city government wants to avoid protests at tourist attractions including Winter Palace Square and Nevsky Avenue.

Hundreds of people protested the decision on Friday, saying they were worried that their rights were being infringed.

It’s unclear whether alternative sites would be approved instead.

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