More than 3,000 arrested at Russian anti-war protests, monitor says

anti-war protests in Russia
anti-war protests in Russia

More than 3,000 Russians have been detained for holding anti-war protests since Moscow launched its assault, according to protest monitoring group OVD-Info.

“In the last three days, at least 3,052 people were arrested,” OVD-Info tweeted. It said 467 people were arrested in 34 cities on Saturday alone.

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