Protesters across Russia rallied against the country’s invasion of Ukraine, chanting the phrase “No to war!” before being arrested by police, according to the New York Times. OVD-Info, an activist group that tracks arrests, reported detentions in 49 different Russian cities.
Protests in Russia against the country’s invasion of Ukraine began on Feb. 24, the same day Russia began its invasion, and have been ongoing since then. On the first day of protests, OVD-Info stated at least 1,675 people were detained for their participation in the protests, with 919 of them in Moscow. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More…) ]
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