After Putin announced ‘partial mobilization’ to bolster troops in the country’s war on Ukraine, the streets erupted in protest.


Police officers are seen deployed in central Novosibirsk on September 21, 2022, following calls to protest against partial mobilisation announced by President Vladimir Putin.


Over 100 were reportedly arrested, as social media exploded with videos of the violent arrests. of Russian citizens, marking the biggest escalation since the start of his war in Ukraine.

One video posted by a journalist from the Moscow web publication The Village includes dozens of people in Arbatskaya street chanting “let him go” as one man is carried away


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