It said most of the detentions - 354 - had been made in St Petersburg where authorities had initially authorised a rally before reversing the decision. While the Moscow and St Petersburg demonstrations were well covered by the global media, two-thirds of the arrests were made in regional cities.
Navalny, barred from state TV and prevented from running against Putin for president earlier this year, hopes to tap into public anger over the reform.
"Putin and his government have plundered the budget for the past 18 years", Mr Navalny's team said in a statement prior to Sunday's protests. Social media showed footage of police hitting protestors with batons in Moscow as their colleagues tried to wrench them out of the police's grip.
The demonstrators, predominantly people in their 20s and decades away from retirement, chanted "Russia without Putin" and held signs with messages such as "Putin, when will you go on pension?"
About 2,500 people ignored police warnings to disperse and stood on Pushkin Square, a stone's throw from the Kremlin, shouting: "Putin is a thief", and "We are the power here!"
On Monday, several activists tried to launch another protest in a tree-lined boulevard in central Moscow but they were quickly rounded up by police. An Associated Press journalist counted at least 30 people detained at that protest.
Despite the nature of the protest, many of those who took part were young.
Tens of thousands have rallied across Russian Federation in recent weeks and unusually for the country, the issue has drawn protesters from all sides of the political debate. "I want a better life for myself and my children".
The proposal, which would raise the retirement age from 60 to 65 for men and 55 to 60 for women, is highly unpopular in Russian Federation, boasting a disapproval rating of roughly 80 percent. The president responded by offering some concessions, but argued that the age hike is necessary because rising life expectancy in Russian Federation could exhaust pension resources if the eligibility age remains the same.
It's then back to Wembley in November for games with United States of America and Croatia , for which tickets are on sale now. The home truths exchanged in the dressing room at half-time resulted in a far shaper England performance in the second-half.
That name is quite the mouthful, and we're not quite sure what would lead Apple to call its larger phone "Max" instead of "Plus". The new Apple Watch models are also expected to come with advanced heart rate tracking and other health related improvements.
When Unsworth called Musk's proposed mini-submarine a PR stunt, Musk responded by calling Unsworth a pedophile on Twitter . Now that Tesla is remaining a public company, it will be up to its board to determine if and how his role might change.
Obama said: "How hard can that be?" "He's just capitalizing on resentments that politicians have been fanning for years ". The former president said he rejects the politics of fear and division and said all people deserve equal treatment.
It was incredible play even finished Monday after rain soaked the course overnight and pushed up tee times. Bradley made three more birdies on the back nine to head to the 18th tee tied for the lead with Rose.
He accused the media of trying to undermine the Trump administration and said he found that "incredibly disturbing". Woodward told Guthrie today that the sources he quotes who are denying their words are now "not telling the truth".
In Chennai, petrol costs Rs 84.05 and diesel Rs 77.13. "Fuel prices have disturbed the budget of every household". It is clear that the prime reason why petrol and diesel are expensive is because of the central and state taxes.
Florence is still on track to make a late Thursday landfall somewhere between Charleston, South Carolina and the Outter Banks. State officials say 245,000 people live in the affected area, but officials warned the storm could affect the entire state.
They think it is absolutely disgusting that they would do such a thing because unless you know who it is, it is a one way street. Trump attacked the book as a "scam", and suggested hardening the country's "pathetic" libel legislation.
This week, multiple news outlets reported that Moonves was negotiating a possible exit with independent directors of CBS' board. Moonves was married at the time; he divorced his first wife and married CBS on-air personality Julie Chen in 2004.
He threw three touchdown passes on way to the 24-23 victory. "It's hard (to put into words)", Rodgers told NBC after the game. Rodgers wasn't sacked in the second half, and he was barely pressured, either, thanks to the get-it-out-quick gameplan.
In addition, the chip industry is a source of trade surplus for the United States , including with China, Intel argued. Then he added: "I hate to say this, but behind that there is another $267bn ready to go on short notice if I want".
NHC warns of storm surges and heavy rain
Virginia's governor ordered a mandatory evacuation for some residents of low-lying coastal areas beginning on Tuesday morning. Florence has been classified as Category 4 storm with sustained winds of around 140mph (220km/h).
Tesla Stock Takes A Hit - After Elon Musk Does The Same
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Le'Veon Bell used emoji to respond to Steelers tie
Khalifa, who was born and raised in Pittsburgh has never shied away from revealing his thoughts on the state of the Steelers . Josh Gordon gets unexpected start with Browns, catches TD pass, fails to get on same page with Tyrod Taylor on interception.
Packers' Rodgers overcomes leg injury in comeback win
After Rodgers left the game in the first half, football fans were anxious he might be gone for the game, if not weeks. He moved in and out of the pocket and escaped the wrath of the Packers' defense to extend drives in the first half.
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Williams ended up taking a 3-2 lead in the set when Ramos again warned Williams about a potential coaching violation . That resulted in a second violation, meaning Osaka was awarded the first point of the sixth game.
Trump expects letter from North Korea's Kim
But negotiations have made little headway, while signs North Korea has maintained work on its weapons have emerged. During his meeting with the South Korean envoys, Kim said an end-of-war declaration wouldn't weaken the U.S.