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More than 3,000 arrested in Russia as anti-war in Ukraine protests turn violent

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Police detained more than 900 people at anti-war protests that occurred in 44 Russian cities on Sunday. Sunday's protests coincided with the seventh anniversary of the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. More than 100,000 people protested in solidarity with Ukraine in Berlin on Sunday, after thousands rallied on Saturday.
5 months ago·Moscow, Russian Federation

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Police detain more than 900 people at anti-war protests across Russia - monitoring group

MOSCOW - Police detained more than 900 people at anti-war protests that occurred in 44 Russian cities on Sunday, raising the total since the start of Russia's invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24 to over 4,000, independent protest monitoring group OVD-Info said. Sunday's protests coincided with the seventh anniversary of the murder of opposition politician Boris Nemtsov. Some of Sunday's

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NDTV

Over 3,000 Protesters Detained In Russia For Anti-War Protests: Report

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Stuff

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The Hill

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More than 3,000 Russians have been arrested in cities around the country for protesting Russia’s attack against Ukraine. 

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Metro News

More than 3,000 arrested in Russia as anti-war in Ukraine protests turn violent

Anti-war protests in Moscow and St Petersburg turned violent again on Saturday evening.

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HuffPost

Russians Continue Anti-War Rallies Despite Protesters' Arrests

Hundreds of demonstrators have been arrested each day by Russian police since the invasion of Ukraine started Thursday.

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