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Anti-mobilization protests break out in Russia’s Dagestan

Anti-mobilization protests break out in Russia’s Dagestan

On September 25, residents of the village of Endirei in Dagestan blocked the Khasaviurt-Makhachkala federal highway, protesting against the mobilization, that Russian dictator Vladimir Putin had announced less than a week ago. The police opened fire in the air to disperse the protesters, Meduza reports.

110 people were drafted from one Dagestan village as part of the ongoing mobilization.

On Sept. 24, several anti-mobilization rallies resumed in Russian Siberian cities, in particular, Irkutsk, Ulan-Ude, Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Chita, Khabarovsk.

Police detained more than a hundred protersters and dispersed rallies. Part of the detained was later released with warnings.


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