Russia's ruling party takes a hit in Moscow election
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Russia's ruling party appears to have lost multiple seats in Moscow's city legislature, according to preliminary voting results reported by state news agency RIA-Novosti.

Self-nominated candidates aligned with United Russia, which supports President Vladimir Putin, are set to occupy 26 of 45 seats in the Moscow City Duma, RIA-Novosti cited Valentin Gorbunov, head of the Moscow Election Commission, as saying.

United Russia previously held 28 seats, along with 10 self-nominated candidates backed...

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