Anti-war protests break out across Russia after Putin announces partial mobilisation

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Anti-war protests have erupted across Russian cities after Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilisation in Russia. Large groups were seen chanting ‘no to war’ and ‘no to mobilisation’ as police violently broke up apprehended the demonstrators. According to the Russian human rights group OVD-Info, more than 1,000 people have been arrested across the country.  In an anticipated TV address early on Wednesday, the Russian president announced a partial mobilisation and also threatened nuclear retaliation, saying ‘we will use all the means at our disposal’. His speech came after a rapid reversal in the Kharkiv region, where Ukraine has rolled back Russian forces claiming to have retaken control of the entire province ‘I’d rather leave than fight’: Russians react to Putin’s draft Vladimir Putin announces partial mobilisation of Russian troops for Ukraine – video Ukraine war live: Biden accuses Putin of causing ‘brutal, needless’ war; anti-war protesters detained across Russia
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