Dozens feared detained after 'sick of Putin' protests - Yahoo News

Hundreds gathered in Moscow and other Russian cities on Saturday, calling on President Vladimir Putin not to seek re-election next year. Activists said at least 100 people were detained in Saint Petersburg. There was no official confirmation of the ...

Anti-Putin protesters defy police - The Times (subscription)

Several hundred people braved a massive police presence in central Moscow yesterday to deliver letters urging Vladimir Putin not to stand for a fourth term in next year's presidential election. “I'm fed up with Putin and his thieving friends,” said ...

Hundreds join Khodorkovsky's Open Russia protests across Russia (VIDEO) - RT

Hundreds of Russians in more than a dozen urban centers gathered for anti-government protests, organized by ex-tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky's Open Russia movement. The protests were mostly peaceful, though in cities where the demonstrations were not ...

Russians Protest Potential Putin Presidential Bid - Voice of America

The Russian opposition movement founded by exiled Kremlin critic and oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky protested President Vladimir Putin in 32 cities Saturday, despite the fact that authorities have banned the movement and declared it illegal, and police ...