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)
Rising Russian Nationalism
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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