250 Putin protesters, Russian opposition leader arrested at rallies
Police arrested at least 250 protesters and an opposition leader in Russia's capital Tuesday in a second day of demonstrations against parliamentary election results.
Protesters decried what they described as electoral fraud in Sunday's national vote, which kept Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's party in power but significantly decreased the number of seats it holds in parliament.
Boris Nemtsov, a former deputy prime minister turned vocal government opponent, told CNN he was among those detained at a rally. Read More