Around 200 people have been detained outside the Zamoskvoretsky District Court in Moscow, the Moscow police press service told Interfax.

"About 200 people have been taken to various precincts for attempts to violate public order," the press service said.

The Zamoskvoretsky District Court pronounced the verdict in Bolotnaya square riots case on Monday.

Bolotnaya suspects get suspended sentences, up to four years in prison

Zamoskvoretsky Court in Moscow on Monday handed down various sentences to the eight accused in the case over the May 6, 2012 riots in Bolotnaya Square, ranging from a suspended sentence to an up to four-year-long prison term, according to the resolving section of the verdict by Judge Natalya Nikishina, an Interfax correspondent said. Read more>>>

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