Ukraine war: Protesters take to streets around the world to oppose Putin’s bloody conflict
The Independent says protesters took to the streets in countries across the world on Sunday to show their opposition to Russian president Vladimir Putin’s war with Ukraine, as the bloody conflict entered its fourth day.
Demonstrators held placards saying “Hands off Ukraine” and “No war!” in cities including Moscow, St Petersburg, London, Berlin and Bangkok.
Police detained more than 900 people at anti-war protests that took place in 44 Russian cities on Sunday, raising the total since the start of Russia’s invasion to more than 5,000, independent monitoring group OVD-Info said.
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