Russian children among thousands of anti-war protesters detained by police
Summary by Ground NewsFive children, ages 7 to 11, went with their mothers to visit the embassy in Moscow. They carried flowers, and handmade signs reading "=5B 2>9=5" The police officers shouted at the parents, threatening that the "brave moms" might lose their rights.
Published 1 year ago · Moscow, Russian Federation
Primary schoolchildren behind bars in Putin's Russia for 'waving anti-war signs'
Russian opposition politician Ilya Yashin shared what appeared to be a picture of three children holding a placard in the back of a police van after they were reportedly arrested at an anti-war protest
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Russian police detain children and old women as they try to quell anti-war movement
Thousands of Russians are reported to have been detained for protesting against their country's war in Ukraine. But even peaceful protest is not tolerated by the authorities.
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