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Three people have died after a protest in Russia turned violent, in the capital Moscow, the latest in a series of mass anti-government rallies.

One person was detained, with the Kremlin claiming a person was injured. Reports on social media said two had died.

Moscow police said they had fired warning shots to disperse protesters.

The death on Sunday was the third in Russia since mass anti-government protests erupted outside government headquarters in several cities earlier this year.

The protesters accuse Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev of reneging on a deal to reduce Russia’s reliance on gas from the Ukraine.

The protests have also been called in other cities, including St Petersburg and Vladivostok.

‘A dangerous path’

A police spokesman said they had arrested two men from St Petersburg on suspicion of murder. No other details were given.

A video filmed inside the court building shows one policeman, dressed in military-style gear, shouting into the camera: “We’ve only fired the rubber bullets that police officers could have used.”

Meanwhile in Russia’s second city of Nizhny Novgorod at the city’s court police used batons and rubber bullets to disperse protesters, the BBC’s Steve Rosenberg reports from the scene.

There were reports of injuries there as well, including one police officer suffering a concussion, our correspondent adds.

Protesters have been gathering regularly in central Moscow against what they say is a lack of progress in the negotiations.

The government argues that the country has to tackle deep-seated problems of low wages and corruption, if it is to attract foreign investment and maintain its status as world class economic hub.

However, many ordinary Russians feel that a deal with the EU is too far off and that Russian companies are under pressure as a result, our correspondent adds.

The BBC’s Steve Rosenberg in Nizhny Novgorod says the protests have already led to the detention of at least nine people in what is seen as a heavy-handed crackdown by the police.

A local court on Sunday extended the remand of a woman with several drug-related convictions, citing new information.

The government has not commented on reports of protesters being injured, our correspondent says.

Image copyright AFP Image caption Some police used force against the protesters, our correspondent says

Image copyright AFP Image caption The protests began as a small one but have spread to other cities

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In one of the worst scenes in Moscow on Sunday, more than 1,000 protesters tried to storm Tverskaya street in central Moscow, police said.

A huge group of police and protesters surrounded the area and the protesters pushed back, saying they had the support of the public, according to Anatoly Kucherena, a deputy police chief.

He did not give details of what took place, but video on social media suggested that two police officers and a protester had reportedly been injured. Police did not comment on that.

In St Petersburg dozens marched through Tverskaya Street in the early-afternoon, hurling rocks at cars, and smashing car windows, the RIA Novosti news agency reports.

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