Russian ethnic riots: Hundreds arrested in Moscow
More than 800 people have been arrested in central Moscow in an attempt to prevent further ethnic clashes over the shooting of a football fan, police say.
The arrests came as groups of youths, many shouting nationalist slogans, gathered near a Moscow train station.
The death of a Moscow Spartak fan, allegedly in a fight with North Caucasians, has prompted riots and attacks targeting ethnic minorities.
Dozens more people were reportedly detained in other Russian cities.
The BBC's Moscow correspondent, Steve Rosenberg reports.