Russia protests: Activists defiant after 800 arrests
Protesters against election fraud in Russia have called for new rallies as arrests in Tuesday's crackdown in Moscow and elsewhere reached 800.
As police patrolled the capital, calls went out on social media for new protests to be held on Saturday, near the Kremlin and in other cities.
State TV channels have ignored the protests, giving coverage only to rallies in support of the government.
Key figures in the protest movement are starting 15-day jail sentences.
The centre of Moscow saw its biggest protest against the rule of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and his allies in years on Monday, when several thousand people came out to condemn widely reported fraud at Sunday's parliamentary elections.