More than 1,000 protesters were reportedly arrested during anti-war protests throughout Russia amid President Vladimir Putin‘s announcement to conduct military operations and ensuing attack on Ukraine, BNO News reports.
“At least 1,400 anti-war protesters detained by Russian police – monitor,” BNO News shared alongside a video of a protester being arrested on its verified account.
Wall Street Journal reporter Matthew Luxmoore shared footage from a protest in Moscow, which showed citizens chanting “No to War” and “risking serious repercussions to protest Putin’s attack on Ukraine.
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By Jason Hall