A Moscow court has ordered five suspects accused of mass unrest in the opposition protests to be kept in custody until Sept. 27.
Police more detained more than 1,300 people marching through central Moscow in support of the Opposition.
Alexei Minyaylo, Ivan Podkopayev, Samariddin Radzhabov, Kirill Zhukov and Yegor Zhukov were among the detained people.
Moscow’s Presnensky district court ruled to keep the accused in pre-trial detention until Sept. 27.
They may be awarded maximum prison sentence of 15 years.
They are accused of throwing plastic bottles at police officers and creating unrest, scuffling with the police.
One of the held protestor, Kirill Zhukov, who reportedly served in the Russian National Guard, declared a hunger strike while in custody.