Russians protested in dozens of cities against Putin's military draft
Added 09-24-22 03:07:02pm EST - “Russians held scattered demonstrations across the country on Saturday despite threats of arrest and a heavy police presence. The Kremlin has ordered 300,000 more troops for the war in Ukraine.” - Npr.org
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Police officers detain a man in Moscow on Saturday following calls to protest against the military draft announcement. AFP via Getty Images hide caption
Police officers detain a man in Moscow on Saturday following calls to protest against the military draft announcement.
MOSCOW — Russians again protested against President Vladimir Putin's decision to draft additional forces for his struggling military operation in Ukraine — holding scattered demonstrations in dozens of cities across Russia on Saturday despite threats of arrest and a heavy police presence.
As nightfall set, over 700 people had been detained nationwide, with the majority of arrests in Moscow and St. Petersburg, according to the human rights monitoring group OVD-INFO.
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