Russian Consulate in New York City vandalized overnight

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The Russian Consulate on the Upper East Side of Manhattan was vandalized overnight Friday. The vandalism appeared hours after Russian President Vladimir Putin signed treaties to annex occupied areas of Ukraine. There did not seem to be any words or messaging in the paint, the NYPD said. It is being investigated as a possible bias incident.
Published 2 months ago · Washington, United States

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