The house arrest of an associate of outspoken Kremlin critic Aleksei Navalny has been extended.
A court in Moscow ruled on October 15 that Konstantin Yankauskas's house arrest must be prolonged until December 10.
Yankauskas was placed under house arrest on June 11. The previous term was to expire on October 17.
Yankauskas and two other Navalny associates, Nikolai Lyaskin and Vladimir Ashurkov, are accused of election-law violations and fraud related to funding of Navalny's campaign for Moscow mayor last year.
Yankauskas calls the case politically motivated.
Navalny and his brother Oleg have been accused of stealing and laundering $756,500 from the French cosmetics company Yves Rocher.
Navalny, a leader of antigovernment protests in 2011-12, is also serving a five-year suspended sentence on a $500,000 theft conviction.
He calls all the cases against him politically motivated.