Reuters
February 24, 2014

A Russian court sentenced seven defendants to prison terms ranging from two and a half to four years on Monday after convicting them of rioting and attacking police at a protest against President Vladimir Putin in 2012.

An eighth defendant was given a suspended sentence, meaning she will avoid jail.

Opposition activists shouted “Shame” outside the court room and called for a protest near the Kremlin later on Monday.


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