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Police rounding up migrants in Moscow after riots

Police in Russia are cracking down on migrants. In Moscow, more than 1,000 people have been detained. Officials are searching for a suspect in the fatal stabbing of a man last week that is being blamed on a migrant. The crime has sparked the biggest outbreak of anti-migrant unrest in the capital in several years. The unrest even caused a riot on Sunday when a group stormed a vegetable market where many migrants work. One local shop vendor, who posted a flyer of the murder suspect's photo on her store, supports the crackdown. (SOUNDBITE) (Russian) SHOP VENDOR TATYANA, SAYING: "This rally should have prompted our authorities to take some measures. I doubt it will happen though. Quite the opposite - things will get only nastier, the migrants will continue to pick people off one by one and... and I just can't imagine what they'll do to them." Meanwhile, a naturalized Russian citizen of Azerbaijani origin who works as an entrepreneur, says he

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