The Russians risking freedom to protest against war

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The Feminist Anti-War Resistance is a secretive protest group. It sprang up on the second day of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Being an anti-war activist in Russia is dangerous. Rights groups say there have been more than 16,000 detentions across the country.
Published 3 months ago · Ukraine

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The Russians risking freedom to protest against war

Activists describe the conflict as "horrific" and don masks to spray messages on Russian streets.

3 months ago·United Kingdom
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Those arrested for protesting against the Russian mobilization report that they are forced to enlist

This was revealed by the NGO OVD-Info, which numbers almost 1,500 people arrested this Wednesday during demonstrations due to Putin's announcement.

3 months ago
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Putin punishes and sends Russians arrested for protesting against the invasion of Ukraine to war

Those arrested for protesting against Ukraine's war in Russia have been summoned to go to the front lines. These are men who meet the requirements set by Putin.

3 months ago
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Russians Return to Streets to Protest Widening of Putin’s War on Ukraine

After Putin announced mandatory military service, demonstrators called the mobilization a “burialization” — and more than 1,000 were arrested in cities across Russia.

3 months ago·New York, United States
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Conflict in Ukraine: is Putin's war increasingly contested in Russia?

On September 21, Russian President Vladimir Putin mobilized more than 300,000 reservists. This important announcement comes at a time when...

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Hundreds of Russians Protest In Centre of Prague Against Putin’s Escalation of War

The protesters distanced themselves from Putin’s regime and condemned the war. Photo credit: Milan Votypka. Prague, Sept 22 (CTK) - A crowd of several hundred people, mostly young Russians, demonstrated against Vladimir Putin's regime in Russia yesterday afternoon in Prague’s Wenceslas Square.

3 months ago
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