Police stop anti-Kremlin rallies in Moscow
Anti-Kremlin protestors were stopped Sunday by Moscow police in Moscow after being warned not to rally.
The Other Russia movement gathered in the heart of Russia to call for the resignation of the Putin government, the BBC News reported.
Moscow police had denied permission to the group to rally. The police said they told the group they would stop a protest if it were to start.
When the protestors lined the streets, plice began to arrest them and throw them into trucks, the New York Times reported.
Moscow police said they detained 90 people, one of whom was the co-leader of the group, Eduard Limonov. The movement however said that 130 of its members were detained.