The week's news at a glance.
Former oil magnate Mikhail Khodorkovsky was transferred this week to a prison in an undisclosed location. Khodorkovsky, once Russias richest man, was convicted of fraud last May, in what international observers described as a show trial. After Khodorkovsky began giving money to opposition political parties, the Kremlin prosecuted him and seized and dismantled his oil company, Yukos. He received an eight-year sentence. In recent weeks, Khodorkovskys Russian lawyers have been disbarred for obscure reasons, and his American lawyers visas were revoked. None have been told where their client is now; prison officials cite security reasons.