Veduta, spokeswoman for anti-corruption blogger and opposition activist Alexei Navalny, speaks to media outside the entrance to the apartment block where Navalny lives in Moscow ( DENIS SINYAKOV, REUTERS / June 11 , 2012 )
'Vova is crazy'
Russian police raid activist leaders' homes
Protest organisers asked to appear in court on Tuesday, when they had planned to attend mass opposition rally in Moscow.
Russian police officers guard the entrance of the building where opposition leader Alexei Navalny resides during a police search in Moscow on Monday.
Police in Moscow are searching the homes of several opposition leaders on the eve of a planned anti-government rally, Russian officials say.