Another top opposition figure in Russia handed prison term

FILE - Andrei Pivovarov, center, speaks during a protest rally against the transfer of St. Isaac's Cathedral to the Russian Orthodox Church in St.Petersburg, Russia on Jan. 28, 2017. Andrei Pivovarov, former head of the Open Russia group, was sentenced to four years in prison for "directing an undesirable organization," a criminal offense under a 2015 law. He has maintained his innocence and has insisted that the charges against him were brought because of his plans to run for parliament in September 2021. (AP Photo/Dmitri Lovetsky, File)

Another top opposition figure in Russia handed prison term