Repeatedly protesting in Russia without official permission carries a jail penalty of up to five years.
The ministry's pages are intended to inform Arab speakers on the "humanitarian situation" in Syria.
Witnesses reported seeing the victims being bundled into an unmarked van.
Putin said the Syrian government and opposition have signed a number of documents.
The Russian president invited Erdogan last week to discuss Syria in Kazakhstan.
Opponents accuse ruling party of shedding democratic principles with plan to curb media access to parliament.
Navalny finished third in the Moscow mayoral elections in 2013.
The Kurdish HDP say they are being persecuted for their opposition to President Erdogan.
The explosion happened just days ahead of Georgia's parliamentary elections.
Moscow responded angrily to Washington warnings about attacks against Russia.
The Russian leader said Moscow should listen to opponents but only "patriotic" ones.
Mikhail Kasyanov claimed parliamentary vote was illegitimate.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim pointed again at the Gulen movement in relation to the botched coup.
The "Yarovaya Law" could introduce the most sweeping snooping powers since Soviet times.
The deal was struck last year and parliament is set to ratify it.
Only 40 of Labour's 229 MPs back the party's leaderJeremy Corbyn
Turkish members of parliament under investigation can now be charged.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights calls on Moscow to cease killing of Syrian people.
Members of the Nationalist Movement Party have launched a bid to oust the party leader, who is loyal to President Tayyip Erdogan.
Imran Khan criticized for hypocrisy after slamming PM Nawaz Sharif for links to off-shore companies.
Moscow will "work with Syrian authorities" to reduce strikes on civilians and opposition.
Roman Roslovtsev is protesting Russia's controversial law on public assembly.