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Over 194,000 Russians flee call-up to neighboring countries

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Over 194,000 Russian nationals have fled to neighboring Georgia, Kazakhstan and Finland. Russian authorities sought to stem the flow, barring some men from leaving and citing mobilization laws. The practice did not seem widespread, but rumors persisted that Moscow may soon shut the borders to all men.
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Nearly 200,000 Russians flee call-up to neighbouring countries

Tens of thousands of Russians have fled to neighbouring Georgia, Kazakhstan and Finland in the week since President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilisation of reservists.

2 months ago·Hong Kong
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Over 194,000 Russians flee military call-up to neighboring countries

So far, over 194,000 Russian nationals have fled to neighboring Georgia, Kazakhstan and Finland in the week since President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of reservists.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Over 194,000 Russians flee call-up to neighboring countries

It took Vsevolod four days to drive from Moscow to Russia's southern border with Georgia. He had to abandon his car at one point and continue on foot.On Tuesday, he finally finished his 1,800-kilometer (1,100-mile) journey and crossed the frontier to escape being called up to fight in Russia's war in Ukraine.“At 26, I do not want to be carried home in a zinc-lined (coffin) or stain (my) hands with somebody’s blood because of the war of one perso…

2 months ago·Miami, United States
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More than 194,000 Russians flee call-up to neighboring countries

At one border crossing into Georgia, the line was more than 9 miles long.

2 months ago·Portland, United States
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Over 194,000 Russians flee to neighboring countries after partial mobilization of reservists for Ukraine war

Over 194,000 Russian nationals who have fled to neighboring Georgia, Kazakhstan and Finland in the week since President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization of reservists.

2 months ago·Chicago, United States
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Over 194,000 Russians flee call-up to late countries

TALLINN, Estonia (AP) — It took Vsevolod four days to drive from Moscow to Russia's Southern border with Georgia. He had to leave his car at one point and continue on foot.

2 months ago·Japan
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