On their second day of anti-cathedral protests, Yekaterinburg residents toss fencing into ponds and try to avoid arrest

A spontaneous protest against the destruction of an open square to build a new cathedral in central Yekaterinburg stretched from the evening of May 13 into the early morning. Police officers left the square around midnight without dispersing protesters. On the evening of May 14, the square’s defenders — and their opponents — went face-to-face again.