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Nemtsov's Last Report on Russia's Participation in Ukrainian Conflict is Published
Colleagues and friends of a killed opposition leader Boris Nemtsov completed and presented the special report about Russian military actions on the territory of Ukraine that he didn't finish.
--14-05-2015--
Navalny Refuses to Stay Under House Arrest
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny has refused to comply with the requirements of his house arrest and removed his electronic tag by cutting it in half.
--12-01-2015--
Navalny Detained After Violating House Arrest to Join Protest Rally
Russian opposition leader Alexey Navalny was detained on Tuesday, December 30, by police in downtown Moscow when he tried to join a protest rally after violating his house arrest.
--31-12-2014--
Hundreds of Policemen Gathered in the Centre of Moscow
Extra police are currently rushed to Moscow's Manezh Square and the central streets of the city in order to prevent a protest rally Navalny's supporters are about to hold, as the Russia's biggest opposition leader got suspended prison sentence this morning.
--30-12-2014--
Navalny Gets Suspended Sentence, His Brother Goes in Jail
On Tuesday, December 30, Russian opposition leader and main Putin critic Alexey Navalny has been been found guilty in a high-profile fraud case. His brother, Oleg Navalny, gets imprisonment.
--30-12-2014--
Opposition Leader Navalny Loses House Arresr Appeal
On Monday, March 24, the Moscow City Court upheld a lower courts decision to place anti-corruption crusader and opposition activist Alexey Navalny under house arrest.
--25-03-2014--
Russian Radio Station Blocks an Opposition Blog on Its Website
On Friday, March 14, Russian radio station Ekho Moskvy blocked access to a blog written for its website by famous opposition activist Alexey Navalny on orders from Russian prosecutors
--19-03-2014--
Navalny's Personal Blog Is in Internet Blacklist Now
The LiveJournal blog of an opposition leader Alexey Navalny and several other independent websites have been included to the Russian Internet blacklist, Russia's telecoms watchdog said on Thursday.
--14-03-2014--
Russian Opposition Activist Navalny Jailed for 7 Days for Resisting Arrest
Anti-corruption activist and opposition leader Alexey Navalny will serve seven days in custody for resisting arrest at an unauthorized rally in central Moscow, a court ruled Tuesday.
--28-02-2014--
Thousands Gathered in Moscow to Support Charged Opposition Activists
Thousands of people took part in a protest rally in downtown Moscow on Sunday, February 2, urging the authorities to drop charges against a group of activists facing lengthy jail terms over a 2012 mass anti-Kremlin march.
--03-02-2014--
Over 20 Opposition Activists Detained in Downtown Moscow
On Monday, January 6, Moscow police detained 28 opposition activists which took part in a protest gathering dedicated to Bolotnaya's political prisoners.
--08-01-2014--
Opposition Activists Detained in Moscow Over Rally for Freedom
Twenty-eight opposition activists were detained in central Moscow on Tuesday, December 31, during an unsanctioned rally calling for the government to uphold the constitutional right to free assembly.
--04-01-2014--
Khodorkovsky Leaves Russia After Being Released from Jail
On Friday, December 20, jailed Russian oil tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky was released after Russian president signed a decree pardoning him. The most famous prisoner in Russia left the country to visit his sick mother in Germany.
--20-12-2013--
Russian Court Upholds Fine for Russian Opposition Activist
On Friday, November 22, Moscow City Court threw out an appeal by Ilya Ponomaryov, a Russian protest leader and a co-organizer of recent anti-Kremlin protests, who was ordered to pay 2.7 million rubles ($82,000) to the Skolkovo business hub.
--25-11-2013--
Protesters Seized on Red Square in Moscow
Several opposition activists were detained on Sunday, November 17, on downtown Moscows Red Square, according to reports from the local police and journalists.
--18-11-2013--
Thousands Rallied in Moscow to Remember Political Prisoners
On Sunday, October 27, thousands of protestors rallied in Moscow to call on the Kremlin to release people they consider to be political prisoners.
--28-10-2013--
Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Receives Suspended Sentence
On Wednesday, October 16, a court in Russia passed a suspended sentence upon a famous opposition leader and a Moscow mayoral candidate Alexey Navalny on embezzlement charges.
--16-10-2013--
Jailed Pussy Riot Band Member Hospitalized
Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, a jailed Pussy Riot punk-band's member, has been hospitalized in a serious condition after 5 days of hunger strike, her husband Pyotr Verzilov said in his Twitter.
--28-09-2013--
Russian Opposition Leader Accused of Extremism
Russian opposition leader and former prime minister Boris Nemtsov is currently under investigation for publicly inciting extremist activity", local prosecutors told the press.
--17-09-2013--
Anti-Putin Video Illegally Broadcasted on Russian Local TV
An ordinary news block on the Chelyabinsk local TV-channel was suddenly interrupted by an opposition video with a sharp criticism of the current Russian President.
--14-08-2013--
Gidon Kremer to Hold a Concert in Support of Russian Opposition
Famous Latvian violinist and conductor Gidon Kremer starts to gather musicians for holding a big concert in support of Russian opposition activists who suffered from political repressions in the recent years.
--23-07-2013--
Chess Legend Kasparov Doesn't Plan to Return to Russia
Former chess grandmaster and opposition political activist Garry Kasparov has said he will not come back to Russia because his freedom to subsequently leave the country could be curtailed.
--06-06-2013--
Moscow Officials Allow Opposition Rally on Russia Day
Moscow authorities have approved the 30,000-strong protest march proposed by Russian opposition movement, the action will take place on June 12, which is also Russia Day state holiday.
--04-06-2013--
14 People Arrested at Unsanctioned Protest Rally in Moscow
A traditional Strategy-31 unsanctioned opposition rally took place on May 31 in Moscow, police detained over 14 people.
--02-06-2013--
Russian Opposition Sets New Rally on Russia Day
Russian opposition activists plan to hold a new protest rally in Moscow on June 12, which is celebrated as a national holiday in the country, Russia Day.
--20-05-2013--
Another Suspect in "Bolotnaya Case" Arrested
On Monday, April 30, Moscow court sanctioned the arrest of a prominent Russian opposition and antifascist activist, Alexei Gaskarov, over last years May 6 mass riots.
--30-04-2013--
Russian Court Denies to Parole Pussy Riot Member
On Friday, April 26, Russian court denied Pussy Riot member Nadezhda Tolokonnikovas motion for parole.
--29-04-2013--
About 30 Protesters Detained on Red Square
On Saturday, April 29, Moscow police detained 27 opposition activists on the Red Square during an unsanctioned protest against the prosecution of people suspected of involvement in violence at a rally on May 6, 2012.
--29-04-2013--
Russian Opposition Inform about Moscow Rally on May 6
Russian opposition activists have sent an official notification to Moscow authorities about holding a rally on May 6, at the anniversary of scandalous "Millions March" 2012.
--22-04-2013--
Opposition Rally in Moscow Reminds of Arrested Activists
About 1000 people gathered on Saturday, April 6, in downtown Moscow in support of those arrested over last years clashes on Moscows Bolotnaya Square.
--08-04-2013--
Nine Protesters Detained on Red Square in Moscow
On Saturday, March 23, nine opposition activists were detained by the Moscow police over an attempt to hold an unauthorized rally on Red Square.
--25-03-2013--
Opposition Rally on March 31 Is Banned in Moscow
Moscow officials have rejected a request by a group of opposition activists to hold a rally on March 31 - a traditional action in support of Article 31 of the Russian Constitution.
--21-03-2013--
Two Protest Rallies to Take Place in Spring
Members of the Russian Opposition Coordination Council have announced plans to hold two mass rallies in April and May.
--18-03-2013--
Two Opposition Lawmakers Expelled from their Faction
The Fair Russia party has expelled two of its leading members, the father and son Gudkovs, for participating in street protests and cooperating with non-parliamentary opposition.
--15-03-2013--
Anti-Putin Protesters Detained on Red Square in Moscow
On Monday, March 4, three opposition activists were detained on Moscows Red Square for attempting to hold an unauthorized protest against Russian top officials.
--05-03-2013--
Russian Opposition Leader Faces New Allegations
On Wednesday, Russian opposition activist Aleksey Navalny was brought an accusation of faking documents allowing him to work as an attorney.
--28-02-2013--
Moscow Officials Allow Opposition March
On Wednesday, Moscow authorities gave official permission for an opposition rally to take place in the city center on Saturday, March 2.
--27-02-2013--
Russian Opposition Activist Placed Under House Arrest Over Protest Rally
One of Russia's opposition leaders, Sergey Udaltsov, has been placed under house arrest inciting violence during anti-government rally in May 2012.
--11-02-2013--
Dutch Paper Makes Public Dolmatov's Testimony
Russian security services made several attempts to recruit Alexander Dolmatov, according to excerpts of his interviews with the Dutch police published by a local newspaper.
--28-01-2013--
Mother of Dead Russian Activist Pleads Queen for Probe
Mother of dead Russian activists asks the queen of the Netherlands to conduct a probe into the alleged suicide of her son.
--21-01-2013--
Russian Opposition Activist Commits Suicide
An opposition activist, suspected of participating in unrest during an opposition rally in Moscow on May 6, 2012, committed suicide in a refugee center in Amsterdam.
--18-01-2013--
Russian Parliament Opens Spring Session
On January 15, the State Duma, Russias lower house of parliament, started its spring session with many important and controversial bills to consider within weeks.
--16-01-2013--
Thousands Rally Against Anti-adoption Law in Moscow
Thousands of Russians gathered on Sunday in the center of Moscow to protest against a law banning US citizens from adopting Russian children.
--14-01-2013--
'Extremist' Banner Appeared Opposite Kremlin
On Wednesday night, a banner with the symbols of extremist organizations was put up on a bridge opposite the Kremlin in Moscow by a group of unknown activists.
--10-01-2013--
100,000 Signatures Gathered for Russian Parliament Dissolution
Over 100,000 signatures were collected by an opposition "Novaya Gazeta" newspaper in support of an early dissolution of the lower house of Russian Parliament.
--10-01-2013--
Russian Opposition to Hold Protest Action against Anti-US Law
Russian opposition activists plan to hold a rally urging to repeal a new law banning adoptions of Russian children by American citizens and dissolve the Russian Parliament.
--30-12-2012--
Opposition Holds Unsanctioned Rally in Moscow
On Saturday, December 15, many opposition activists took part in a peaceful, unsanctioned rally in Moscow, despite subzero temperatures and the city officials' ban.
--17-12-2012--
Moscow Authorities Do Not Approve Opposition Rally
On Wednesday, December 12, the Moscow authorities finally refused to approve a planned opposition Freedom March, city security chief Alexei Mayorov said.
--13-12-2012--
Russian Opposition Announces the Next Protest Rally
Members of the Opposition Coordination Council have announced their decision to hold a new protest rally on December 15 in Moscow.
--26-11-2012--
Russian Opposition Activist Charged with Fur Hats Stealing
Russian opposition activist, Leonid Razvozzhayev, was accused of an armed robbery in 1997, in addition to the recent charges of mass disorders organization.
--22-11-2012--
Authorities to Probe Left Front Party over Extremism
Moscow prosecutors have begun an investigation into the opposition Left Front party on suspicions of spreading of extremist ideas, its leader Sergei Udaltsov said on Saturday.
--05-11-2012--
Russian Communist Party Plans 'Protest Revolution'
The Russian Communist Party (KPRF) has refused to cooperate with other opposition parties, intending to make its own nationwide protest movement of 'proletarians and patriots'.
--30-10-2012--
Over 60,000 Voted in Russian Opposition Poll
Over 60,000 people across Russia voted for candidates for the Opposition Coordination Committee in Moscow this weekend, according to the Central Voting Committee.
--22-10-2012--





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