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(Reuters) – Dozens of individuals have been detained by police in central Moscow on Saturday at a rally protesting in opposition to Russia’s mobilisation of males to struggle in Ukraine, a human rights group mentioned.
At least 27 individuals have been detained as a group representing the wives of mobilised troopers gathered at the Kremlin wall to put flowers at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier monument, mentioned OVD-Info, which reviews on freedom of meeting in Russia.
Most of the detained have been journalists, it added, saying later that some of the individuals have been let go.
A quantity of individuals have been additionally detained at different places in central Moscow, OVD-Info mentioned.
A rising motion of Russian ladies is demanding the return from the entrance of their husbands, sons and brothers who have been mobilised after a decree by President Vladimir Putin in September final yr.
The Moscow prosecutor’s workplace mentioned that the rally hadn’t been coordinated with the authorities, issuing a warning about calling and taking part in unauthorised mass occasions.