According to Moscow city police, right-wing extremists were behind running battles late on June 22 in three Moscow locations.
Police spokesman Anatoly Latovetsky said one ethnic-Armenian man was hospitalized with stab wounds.
The attacks are the latest violence against foreigners in Russia, where several regions are plagued with ethnic tensions.
(with material from AP)
A THREAT TO CIVIL, RELIGIOUS LIBERTIES: Several leading experts told a briefing hosted by RFE/RL and the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom that several mounting trends in Russia are posing a growing threat to human rights, especially for members of the country's ethnic and religious minorities.
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